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Beyond Intractability In Context

Beyond Intractability's efforts to promote more constructive approaches to conflict occur within the larger context of efforts to promote wise and equitable solutions to a broad range of social problems. This blog highlights readable news and opinion articles, "infographics" and reports that help us understand the costs--and hence, urgency -- of the conflict problem, the dynamics that make it so difficult,  alternative responses, and innovative success stories about people who have successfully confronted various aspects of the problem in different settings. 

 

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Recent Posts
  • A chance to compare proposals for helping struggling families and the arguments underlying alternative approaches. Some compromise ought to be possible #mbi_context -- Assessing the different family benefit programs
  • From a moderate, conservative perspective, a critique of progressive, antiracism policies that is worth serious consideration. #mbi_context -- Race and the Coming Liberal Crackup
  • A look at the emerging backlash movement against the excesses of the left and a call for a similar movement on the right. #mbi_context -- The G.O.P. Is Getting Even Worse
  • A chance to look beyond political rhetoric and statistics and see how the coming foreclosure crisis is affecting the people connected to one house. #mbi_context -- The battle for 1042 Cutler Street
  • An in-depth examination critical question: Why is the left so culturally dominant and why does it have such trouble winning elections? #mbi_context -- Why is Everything Liberal?
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