Daily Archives: November 30, 2010

Top Ten Biases in How We See Reality in Conflict

It is critical in conflict that we understand the typical biases we face in making decisions and handling the conflict. This posting draws heavily on the work Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky on biases and heuristics,  and also the work … Continue reading

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Conflict Book Review: Neil Sheehan: A Fiery Peace in a Cold War

I guess for all my interest in preventing wars, I am still a bit of a military nerd from my teens, and so I loved this book for that reason and read it very quickly. But Sheehan also wrote one … Continue reading

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Another View on North Korea

Note: This blog does not agree with the Wikileaks posting of diplomatic documents as there are good reasons why some conflict and other discussions should be off the record and remain that way, as our correspondent Victor advocates in his comments to … Continue reading

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