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    angelsrolls is offline Member
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    Conflict resolution means to end a conflict...

    Hello,

    Conflict resolution means to end a conflict. This vastly popular term includes a way of resolving a conflict in which one party prevails over the other party and imposes its will. However, this term is mostly used to mean to develop and implement peaceful strategies in order to resolve conflicts.

    Under Chapter VI of the Charter of the United Nations, procedures to follow in conflict resolution are divided into two, legal methods and political measures. Legal methods are, by and large, excluded in the field of diplomacy. The latter, on the other hand, involves traditional political methods, some of which are stated in Article 33 of the Charter of the United Nations. These are namely negotiation, mediation, goodwill missions, research commissions, conciliation commissions.

    If there exists a conflict of interest between two or more countries and no side is willing to step back, an international crisis arises. When it is clear that there will be no settlement, diplomatic action is taken to avoid the use of force. This is called “crisis management”. In such a case, the role of diplomacy is to postpone the problem until suitable conditions are created for a settlement.

    Can you please check the English?

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    Re: Conflict resolution means to end a conflict...

    In an earlier thread, angelsrolls, you wrote 'This is my attempt at translating a text in Turkish into English'.

    Does the same apply to this text and the other five threads you have posted since then?

    I think you need to tell us the source of the texts and why you are translating them. Are you being paid to do so?
    Last edited by Rover_KE; 23-Jun-2017 at 08:44.

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    Re: Conflict resolution means to end a conflict...

    Yes, the same is true for this one and the other five. These sample texts translated by me are from the entrance examinations held by the Turkish Foreign Ministry. I'm preparing for this examination.

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    Re: Conflict resolution means to end a conflict...

    Quote Originally Posted by angelsrolls View Post
    Conflict resolution means to end a conflict. This vastly popular term includes a way of resolving a conflict in which one party prevails over the other party and imposes its their will. However, this term is mostly used to mean to developing and implementing peaceful strategies in order to resolve conflicts.

    Under In Chapter VI of the Charter of the United Nations, procedures to follow in conflict resolution are divided into two- legal methods and political measures. Legal methods are, by and large, excluded in the field of diplomacy. The latter, on the other hand, involves traditional political methods, some of which are stated in Article 33 of the Charter of the United Nations. These are namely negotiation, mediation, goodwill missions, research commissions, and conciliation commissions.

    If there exists a conflict of interest between two or more countries and no side is willing to step back, an international crisis arises. When it is clear that there will be no settlement, diplomatic action is taken to avoid the use of force. This is called “crisis management”. In such a case, the role of diplomacy is to aim to postpone any action the problem until suitable conditions are created for a settlement.
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