Conflict Art: Evolution?

A graffiti painted on a wall in a district of the Lebanese capital Beirut shows human evolution from primate into a human suicide bombers, on January 6, 2014. Analysts say Lebanon is suffering an accelerating wave of violence that reflects the conflict in neighbouring Syria, which in nearly three years has killed nearly 130,000 people. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID        (Photo credit should read JOSEPH EID/AFP/Getty Images)

A graffiti painted on a wall in a district of the Lebanese capital Beirut shows human evolution from primate into a human suicide bombers, on January 6, 2014. Analysts say Lebanon is suffering an accelerating wave of violence that reflects the conflict in neighbouring Syria, which in nearly three years has killed nearly 130,000 people. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID (Photo credit should read JOSEPH EID/AFP/Getty Images)

About creativeconflictwisdom

I spent 32 years in a Fortune Five company working on conflict: organizational, labor relations and senior management. I have consulted in a dozen different business sectors and the US Military. I work with a local environmental non profit. I have written a book on the neuroscience of conflict, and its implications for conflict handling called Creative Conflict Wisdom (forthcoming).
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