Ideological Clash: the most frequent conflict in 2008
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Ideological Clash: the most frequent conflict in 2008

Heidelberg : Germany | Feb 17, 2009 at 10:46 AM PST
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Two parties- organized groups, states or organizations - determined to achieve their goals; interests or positional differences over national values. These are the two necessary elements for a clash (or conflict), according to the definition in the last 17th annual report released by the HIIK (Heidelberg Institute for International Conflict Research), the Conflict Barometer 2008, which describes recent trends in conflict development, escalations and settlements.

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Ideological Clash: the most frequent conflict in 2008
Data Source: Heidelberg Institute for International Conflict Research,Conflict Barometer 2008 Clash: the most frequent conflict in 2008http://mokkikunta.blogspot.com/2009/02/ideological-clash-most-frequent.html
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    Submitted By: mokki | 5 months ago
    An interesting depiction of global conflict, with data from the Heidelberg Institute for International Conflict Research and graphic from Good Magazine .

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