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Beyond Intractability In Context

Beyond Intractability's efforts to promote more constructive approaches to conflict occur within the larger context of efforts to promote wise and equitable solutions to a broad range of social problems. This blog highlights readable news and opinion articles, "infographics" and reports that help us understand the costs--and hence, urgency -- of the conflict problem, the dynamics that make it so difficult,  alternative responses, and innovative success stories about people who have successfully confronted various aspects of the problem in different settings. 

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Latest Posts
  • An undoubtedly controversial, and thought-provoking, article on the relationship between civil rights and Title IX -- The ACLU Declines to Defend Civil Rights
  • For those interested in conflict mapping, an exploration of different strategies for drawing and thinking about his -- How Would You Draw History?
  • A surprising argument worth considering -- the problem of income stagnation is overstated. -- The Myth of Stagnant Incomes
  • Encouraging signs that authoritarianism might not be so stable after all. The challenge is to make democracy really -- The Next Arab Uprising
  • A surprising, and probably sensible argument, that protecting biodiversity needs to include germs. -- Save the Germs
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