Managing Conflicts

Managing International and Civil Conflicts

(This is section 32 of the World Beyond War white paper A Global Security System: An Alternative to War. Continue to preceding | following section.)

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UN Peacekeeper (“Blue Helmet”)

The reactionary approaches and established institutions for managing international and civil conflicts have proven to be insufficient and often inadequate. We propose a series of improvements:

* Shifting To A Pro-Active Posture
* Strengthening International Institutions
* Reforming the United Nations
* Strengthen the International Court of Justice
* Strengthen the International Criminal Court
* Nonviolent Intervention: Civilian Peacekeeping Forces
* International Law
* Encourage Compliance With Existing Treaties
* Create New Treaties
* Create a Stable, Fair and Sustainable Global Economy as a Foundation for Peace
* Democratize International Economic Institutions (WTO, IMF, IBRD)
* Create an Environmentally Sustainable Global Marshall Plan
* A Proposal For Starting Over: A Democratic, Citizens Global Parliament

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