Resources Mitigation

Resource availability is frequently linked with historic and potential international conflict. Conventional wisdom holds that international resource conflict occurs in locations where growing resource demand and declining supplies are greatest. While relative scarcity is undoubtedly an element driving international resource dispute, a focus on supply and demand measures alone is insufficient to understand international conflict potential, because of the extensive willingness of nations to construct structures, and frameworks - that is, institutions - for dispute mitigation.

 

  • Hazard mitigation resources
  • Mitigation Measures
  • International resource
  • Agriculture rules 2009

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