What is Political Conflict?
conflict can be explained as a desire to control and lead a country between
different political actors. This may include the presence of the civil society,
the army, the multinational company, or the neighboring countries.
party may arise from the fact that the party in power or the one governing has
failed to respond to their obligation toward the citizens of the country from
where they have been elect.
when we talk about a political conflict we refer to :
destitution by referundum
A motion of
Types of Conflict
The essential thing is to
define the political evolutions The inter and intra-state conflicts are two
different subjects, let us begin by defining the intra-State conflict then the
This conflict can be explained as the conflict withing a
country through the political party in power and the group army that expect to
overthrow the power. This is called a coup d’etat.
Inter state conflict
This conflict is between a neighboring countries in which
the fight consist of destabilizing one power in place in order to support
another political system which is considered to be more transparent and open to
international trade agreement.
Concequence of the
consequences of the conflict is generally the aftermath of the desire to take
the control of the country and to be more open to new partners. But this
consequences is devastating toward the people of the country. This may
The death of the
The migration of
The decrease of the
investment flow by multinational company
The increase of
physical and moral disesase
Role of the NGOs
sector is the most effective tool for conflict solutions. they use several
methods to resolve a conflict, such as opening a dialogue between the two sides
of the conflict. Sometimes states also use NGOs as an instrument of destabilization
to spread their own opinions in civil society.
NGOs have undeniably become indispensable
actors in the resolution of conflicts and crisis situations. Their neutrality
has been displayed since the creation of the Red Cross in 1864, giving them unique
mediation power. The good feelings that animate them and then help giving on
the ground make them institutions most often respected by all belligerents in
the resolution of conflicts.
The NGOs were initially dedicated to
providing one-off emergency assistance, then they moved their actions towards
development, prevention. This second direction taken by their activities makes
it doubly a peace actor.
expected results and what has been achieved so far.
peacebuilding activities are activities that the United Nations has been
conducting in recent years for the maintenance of peace and which can also help
to end the conflict. short-term violence. it is also likely to lead to lasting
peace if it is not accompanied by strategies to prevent the resumption of
organizations” (O.N.G.) fit perfectly into the typology of institutions
seeking to establish a state of peace. They are not as recent as their current
name might be, because these NGOs are in fact a continuation of the
“works” and “charitable institutions” that the Western
world has always maintained.
They are now
assimilated to institutions in the sense used here, because they are
unavoidable in the resolution of conflicts, and incite the state power to
action by lobbying and alarming public opinion.
of conflict is extremely complex, the character and impact of conflicts can
only be assessed in very general terms. We can be absolutely certain, however,
that conflicts will continue to be a serious problem for the global system.
There is no
visible and truly unthinkable development that would bring the vision of a
long-term change in the severity of inter-state conflicts to intra-state conflicts
is also becoming less important because of the growing internationalization of
these conflicts. But we can say that with the strategies that NGOs run, things
are getting better, but slowly.