Eric Brahm

Eric Brahm
Eric Brahm is an Assistant Professor of Political Science at the University of Nevada at Las Vegas. His research interests include human rights, transitional justice and memory politics, globalization, and international organization.

Peacebuilding and Reconciliation Stage

Even after a settlement is reached and a peace agreement is signed, this is by no means the end of the conflict. The settlement has to be implemented. If it is just a conflict between two people, this may not be hard: those two people do what they agree to...

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Benefits of Conflict

 It may come as a surprise, particularly since we often dwell on the costs of conflict, that conflict also has benefits. Yet, clearly there are significant benefits to conflict or it would not be the prominent characteristic of human relationships that it is. Conflict...

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Scapegoating

In the West, the earliest use of the term "scapegoat" can be found in early Judaic ritual described in the Bible's Book of Leviticus. The passage goes something like this:"On the Day of Atonement a live goat was chosen by lot. The high priest, robed in linen garments,...

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