Category: Conflict Analytics

  • by Thalia Veintimilla
  • 14. July 2018

How to Administer Intelligence to a Global Order

“Intelligence” is referred to the ability to take information and embrace it with different types of skills, understanding it and sending it to one’s environment through a well behaved interaction with the society. (Carter, 2014) The educational system in the United States extends the term ‘gifted’ to students that have shown a difference in school […]

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  • by Daniel Erdmann
  • 2. November 2015

A misConception of Conflict?

Dear colleagues, it is my upmost wish and interest to share my thoughts regarding the origin, the handling, and the finalization of conflict – generally spoken: its nature. As far as I see, lots of concepts are communicated in literature and trainings throughout the globe. Many of them confuse me and make me wonder if […]

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