Sriram & Wermester chapter 2

Sriram & Wermester chapter 2 - Chapter 2 Strategies...

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Chapter 2: Strategies of prevention: linking development and security o Assumption is that development strategies should take place where there is a potential for destructive conflict. It should also take into consideration the violence threshold that may have been crossed and the conflicts that may have begun to subside. Beyond stovepipes: Integrated Prevention action: o Structural prevention initiatives along with the corresponding strategies and actors are the most effective at the beginning and the end of what is conceptualized as the conflict life cycle. o Operational prevention and the corresponding strategies and actors are the most effective during the escalation, peak and immediate aftermath of the conflict. Phases of conflict: o Potential conflict: Characterized by the presence of fundamental conditions of stress due to absolute poverty, weak state capacity to manage tensions, and the power inequalities. These stresses can exist in every society
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