Political Boundaries and Conflicts Boundaries Research Paper

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Conflicts are not regarded as the right way of solving disputes between nations or communities. As such, boundary conflicts have not been governing any chance to exist within the society. These conflicts reiterate the need for the United Nations to explore on the natural boundary existence between various nations (Tucker and Priscilla 152). Though boundary politics results in wars and conflicts, they are potent towards the existence and preservation of sovereignty between nations. Because of the recurrence of political boundary conflicts, many nations have resorted to signing treaties indicating a separation and boundaries relating to political movements.

Recommendations/possible solutions

There are a number of steps, which can be used to end political boundary wars in the world. Politics, being the higher agent of political boundary wars, should be subjected to scrutiny and study. This will help recover rightful ways of separating between politics and boundaries between nations and communities. Nations should not suffer because of the political decisions their leaders are making. Moreover, it becomes wrong for a nation to exist without the influence of the local and global forces as the United Nations. Therefore, it is upon the individual nations, and their political behaviors to influence change in the global society.

Positivity should be derived from the fact that human life is categorical of the agreements and boundary establishments. This is not based on the political and self-interested decisions. Boundary wars have been in existence for a long time. This has often been between the communities settling beside each other. Nonetheless, the involvement of political movements and ideologies has resulted in a more sophistication of the wars in the nations. Therefore, the individual nations who are known to perpetuate political boundary wars should consider having peaceful negotiations towards resolving their disputes (Issa-Salwe 45).

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Works cited

Fleishman, Rachel, Catherine Gerard, and Rosemary O'Leary. Pushing the Boundaries: New

Frontiers in Conflict Resolution and Collaboration. Bingley: JAI Press, 2008. Print.

Harvey, Brian P. An Introduction to Buddhist Ethics: Foundations, Values and Issues.

Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. Press, 2000. Print.

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