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An individual's best response strategy is thus defined based on this projection, adding additional stability conditions to strategic choice and increasing the set of potential equilibria beyond pure Nash equilibria. Yet, the original Conflict Analysis approach lacks the ability to genuinely model dynamic repeated games, in which past play defines the condition for future interactions.
This article will illustrate how the original model can be adapted to include endogenous individual preferences that are defined by the strategic choice of players during past play, allowing to model the reciprocal connection between preferential change and best response play in repeated games. A dummy game serves as an exemplar and helps to visualise the results obtained from this extension.
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A Dynamical Approach to Conflict Analysis
The classical realist understanding of conflict sees conflict as a dynamic phenomenon in which one party acts and the other party reacts ultimately leading to a violent conflict. There are other dynamics which are polarization pushing actors into two campscentralization creating a central commandformation of institutions and assigning responsibilities and little insights secrecy and protection.
Conflict takes shape on its own engulfing the actors and pushing them into an ever increasing conflict. The dynamics of conflict removes all other possible peaceful actions making conflicting parties blind to an extent that they see no other alternatives than continuing the conflict with higher level of threats and violence.
If the parties follow the rules the outcomes are predictable but there is a high probability of changing dynamics by the actors by making a different move even by breaking the rules that the conflict has generated. Game theory can be taken as an example. Johan Galtung has introduced a model of conflict dynamics which can be a useful analytical tool of a conflict.
He uses diagnosis and prognosis model of conflict analysis to find the root cause and way to resolve.
According to Galtung. Galtung assumes any point of the triangle can be the starting point of conflict and adds C or contradiction is most frequent point. In this triangle, the meaning of attitude, behavior and contradiction are described as under. Behavior : Conflict behavior tends to deprive the opposition from something of value like life, property, dignity, respect, freedom etc.
Behavior can be of three types. Rank Conflict: Agreement about something is of value but disagreement about how to distribute it. Goal conflict: parties are subjectively defining it and they are conscious about their incompatible goals. Interest Conflict: Objectively present but parties are not consciously aware.
Complexity: Depends on number of actors and how deep it touches the life of actors. According to Galtung, Conflict can be transformed since it can be steered in a positive way to make a conflict creative. Parties can reach a position of transcendence where both win, reach to a level of compromise by compromising on their interests or they can give up their goals through dialogues. Anonymous July 5, at AM.They made our trip to Sweden effortless. We encountered passport problems at the start of our trip which resulted in a delay and Cecilia was able to rearrange everything for us.
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