I may have first thought about "just resolution of conflict" when I was a student at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem many years ago. Those days I often heard on the radio--there was no TV in Israel at the time--and read about King Hussein's repeated calls for a "just and lasting Peace" in the Middle East. I have also noticed over the years that the same slogan has been repeated, not only by King Hussein, but also by other prominent and less prominent leaders in regard to other conflicts.(1) The notion of just resolution of conflict has attracted me more and more, especially over the years in regards to my study of Africa.
conflict resolution, ethnic diversity, human needs, just resolution of conflict, motivation
"Can There be a Just Resolution of Conflict?,"
Peace and Conflict Studies: Vol. 5:
1, Article 2.
Available at: https://nsuworks.nova.edu/pcs/vol5/iss1/2