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Title: Conflict resolution strategy in the north caucasus: Underlying concepts and theoretical issues
Authors: Popov, M. E.
Попов, М. Е.
Keywords: Civil integration;Conflict resolution;Conflict theory;Ethnic conflict;Identity-based conflict;North Caucasus;Regional conflict
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: Ljubljana University, Faculty of Social Sciences
Citation: Popov, M. Conflict resolution strategy in the north caucasus: Underlying concepts and theoretical issues // Teorija in Praksa. - 2018. - Volume 55. - Issue 1. - pp. 123-141.
Series/Report no.: Teorija in Praksa
Abstract: The article reviews the present state of interdisciplinary analysis of the conflict resolution strategy in the North Caucasus. The goal of the research is to analyse the underlying theoretical concepts, constructive methods and peacebuilding strategies for resolving ethnic tensions in the region. The collapse of the USSR, the 'sov-ereignisation' of ethno-political subjects of the Russian Federation, the destruction of social and economic relations, strengthening of ethno-nationalistic tendencies and religious fundamentalism have been significant factors in the imbalanced position held by the Russian regions, their disintegration of all-Russian space. This article explores the main theoretical approaches to the study of conflict resolution strategy from a variety of interdisciplinary perspectives. It argues that a conflict resolution strategy as a civil integration resource is tool needed to overcome the deep-rooted ethnic conflicts in the unstable North Caucasus
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