Conflict Resolution Civil War of Libya

Conflict Resolution Civil War of Libya

What kind of conflict is this and how does that impact the path to conflict resolution? 2. Who are the actors involved? How many actors are involved? Who is not involved but should be? Who should be less involved? (states, non-state actors, organizations, etc.) 3. Why is this conflict happening in the first place? 4. How long has this conflict been going on for? Have attempts at conflict resolution been made before? What can you learn from previous attempts? 5. Have similar types of conflicts happened before in other countries or regions of the world? Can you apply lessons learned? 6. What knowledge from this class and other classes can you apply in drafting your plan? 7. What tools and practices (below) are best for this situation? Why? 8. What should the role of force play? Economics? Tools and Practices for International Conflict Resolution 1. Prevention a. Early warning b. Conflict-sensitive aid delivery c. Economic development as prevention d. State capacity building 2. Negotiation a. Precursors, Ripeness b. Pre-negotiation, problem solving, back channels c. Negotiation per se d. Implementation and re-negotiation 3. Sanctions and Inducements a. Arms embargoes b. Trade sanctions c. Positive inducements i. Aid, membership in international organizations, etc. d. Aid to strengthen local conflict resolution capacity 4. Peace Process a. Ceasefires b. Declarations of principles c. Interim agreements d. Comprehensive agreements 5. UN and Regional Organization Conflict Resolution a. Peacemaking (mediation to prevent or resolve) b. Military observer missions and peacekeeping forces (interposition of neutral forces) c. Peace enforcement (combat) d. Preventive deployment …