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Land Scarcity, Distribution and Conflict in Rwanda

Introduction Rwanda is a small country of eight million people in central Africa, with a long history of violent conflict dating back to 1959, and culminating in the 1994 genocide. Conflict in Rwanda has created a large refugee population in neighbouring countries, with Uganda and Tanzania being the largest refugee …

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All About Hexagon Sound Panels

The hexagon sound panel is designed to be used in the most rigorous environments possible, such as a concert hall or nightclub. The hexagonal shape is highly resistant to cracking and breaking, so the sound can stay in one place without moving. A hexagonal honeycomb sound-absorbing panel is an indoor …

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Contractions for Titles of Periodicals

Contraction means to shorten a word or phrase by omitting one or more sounds or letters from it. The word so formed is also called a contraction. Discussed below are the various contractions used in spoken English. The apostrophe has two uses: To show that we have made words shorter. …

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Conflitt and Coffee in Burundi

Introduction The small central African country of Burundi has repeatedly been wracked by conflict since its independence in 1962. Since 1993 a fully-fledged civil war has raged, with enormous human and economic cost. Years of regional and international attempts to bring peace have made only slow progress. Tragically, the most …

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The Multi-Level Nature and Dynamic Life Cycles of Armed Conflicts – Towards an Analytical Framework

Ecological Sources of Conflict Within the field of international relations, discussion of the causes of war has generally tended to follow what is termed a ‘level-of-analysis’ orientaltion.gs ‘Levels-of analysis’ were originally proposed by Kenneth Waltz in his very influential Man, the state and war?6 Waltz suggested that an appropriate way …

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Contemporary Conflict Analysis in Perspective

Introduction “…at what point does the proliferation of ‘hunches’ add confusion or avoid critical issues in the field? Does yet another study that finds some statistically significant relationship between ecological (i.e. Attribute and relational) variables and the incidence or some other characteristic of war help develop theory? For the most …

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