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    • Ariely
    • 20.10.10 | 09:06 (IST)

    What the European should learn from their colonial period and ongoing conflicts in Europe. Hopefully the Americans will not be trapped to repeat the same mistakes. *PEOPLE DESIRE TO BE GOVERNED BY THEIR OWN. *ARTIFICAL OR IMPOSED BOARDERS ARE NOT PERMANET SOLLUTIONS. *THEY ARE THE SEEDS OF ONGOING CONFLICTS. A: Example of unsolved conflicts 1:Vive le Quibec Frances? – Solved? 2:Belgian Valones and Flames separation desired- solved? 3:Scottish independence from UK desire- solved? 4:All Balkans wars and conflicts- solved? 5:Wars in Caucuses -solved? 6:Tibetan independencies desire- solved? 7:Burma minorities war for independence solved? 8:African many wars as result of European policy of slip or unite tribes in artificial states -solved? 9:Kurds desire for independence in Turkey and Iraq –solved? 10: Kashmir ? 11: Chasing of Christians and all non Muslims people in Muslim countries? 12; The civil wars Lebanon artificially created by France.-solved? -– B: Solutions example 1:The split of Czechoslovakia into the Czech and Slovakia countries. 2:In the Swiss famous peaceful coexistence between German, France groups a canton has been spleet into: Jura-France and Bern-German. 3: Turkey and Greece don’t fight for the last 90 years following the population exchange between these two countries. Approximately 1.5 million Greeks from Turkey and about half a million Muslims from Greece were uprooted from their homelands. 4:Turkey force partition of Cyprus into a Christian and Muslim control areas is a problem or the solution? Following the partition on the ground no casualties . C: LEASSONS THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUTITY SHOULD IMPLEMENT WHILE SOLVING THE ISREAL – ARBS CONFLICT! 1: Minimize the creation of conflict continuation while defining boarders. 2: Muslims governed by Arabs. Jews and others governed by Israel. 3:Israel will hand over to Palestinian government land inhabited by Arabs from Israel and the Jews from settlements will be governed by Israel. Both the Arabs and Jew will remain in their current homes nobody will have to move physically.

    from the article: Does Israel want peace or to play the blame game?
    First published 01:32 20.10.10 | Last updated 01:32 20.10.10
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