Religious actors can use their respected positions in society to assert neutrality to build personal relationships with, and influence parties in conflict.
In addition to the complex debate over natural resources’ role in violent conflict, there are many underlining sub-debates on the
This study explores two main arguments behind the Resource Curse: Violent domestic conflicts occur more frequently in oil-producing states than
Nations are more likely to go to war with an oil-rich state when there is a lack of local competition.
This article addresses the long-assumed connection between civil war nations’ oil capacity and the likelihood of third-party intervention. The research