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Conflict Analysis Needs Better Tools

Introduction: Conflicts happen when one party believes that another damaged or diminished their interests. When we take these beliefs to an extreme, possibly augmented by social media influencers, it becomes increasingly difficult to solve by negotiation. According to Bernard Mayer[1], conflicts have three dimensions: perception, feeling and action. There is a perception that one party’s interests, needs or values are incompatible with those of another, and feelings such as anger, fear, or sadness reinforce those...

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