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Indian Conflict Resolution

18 EpisodesProduced by OIJPCRWebsite

The Online Indian Journal of Peace & Conflict Resolution (OIJPCR) Podcast Series is focused on peace and conflict resolution, positively contributing toward the creation of a peaceful society. A common feature in all podcasts will be a five-point analysis and five recommendations.

18 Episodes | 2020 - 2023

The New Peace Process in Central India

November 21st, 2023


In this segment of the OIJPCR POdcast series, we explore India's enduring internal security challenge – Left-wing Extremism, or Naxalism. Join us as Shubhranshu Choudhary, a former BBC journalist turned advocate for …

Russia-Ukraine Conflict: Possibilities of Brokering Peace

October 29th, 2023


This episode delves deep into global conflicts and explores the potential for peace by examining the Russian-Ukraine conflict, the historical roots of this conflict, and the possibilities for brokering peace in the …

Post-Conflict Peacebuilding in South Asia

October 27th, 2023


Whichever country of origin they might be from, the need for humanitarian diplomacy is important. Even as forced migrations have geometrically increased in the last few decades, legal frameworks to deal with the issue …

Soft Power: An important tool of Foreign Policy

August 22nd, 2023


Recently, Soft Power has gained widespread recognition as a foreign policy tool, although still perhaps secondary to traditional Hard Power …

Peace Lessons from Kenya

July 31st, 2023


Ms Arinolah Elizabeth- Nite Omollo from Kenya is a Rotary Peace fellow.

She works with a concept called “Positive Peace,” which refers to changing …

Youth Trajectories in Conflict with Sarah Anne Rennick

May 13th, 2023


Sarah Anne Rennick is Deputy Director at the Arab Reform Initiative. In this episode, she discusses how youth navigates conflict, and how it affects …

India Nepal Relations: Cultural Connection

April 20th, 2023


India-Nepal relations are rooted in geographical proximity as well as intra-community bonds. Undoubtedly, the cultural connect is the most enduring …

Sustainability as a tool for Peace Building

March 14th, 2023


This episode highlights sustainability as a tool for peace building, India’s tactical foreign policy in light of recent geopolitical events, and why …

Robert Kluijver's on ground experience in Afghanistan

February 27th, 2023


Mr. Robert Kluijver has spent more than a decade in Afghanistan working for the United Nations and currently teaching at the Paris School of …

The World Without War

January 31st, 2023


In todays rapidly changing geo-political world order, it is an opportune time to reflect on how the world can be without conflict and wars. On the …

International Conflicts

April 10th, 2022


This episode elucidates on the terminology of international conflicts, their typology and casual factors.

Mediation Processes in Conflict

April 6th, 2022


This Episode talks about what should be the basic mediatory process in mediation. Be it for a conflict in the family, office or at the inter- state …

Women Issues in Afghanistan

September 11th, 2021


This episode discusses the current 'plight of women in Afghanistan under Taliban 2.0 regime,’with an eminent Indian Journalist and Media Consultant …

OIJPCR Dialogue Part-1

May 9th, 2021


This episode deliberates on the United Nations International Decade for Rapprochement of Cultures-2013-2022. In discussion with Prof. Priyankar …

Women In Conflict Resolution

January 31st, 2021


This episode talks about five unique features of Women as Conflict Resolutioners and five recommendations in the form of "mantras" for resolving …

Mahatma Gandhi’s Conflict Resolution and it’s Relevance in Today’s world

November 8th, 2020


This episode is a tribute to mark the 150th birth centenary celebrations of the father of the Indian Nation. Even today his legacy lives on and his ideas still inspire movements and spark debates and discussion.
"The …

Indian Conflict Resolution

September 17th, 2020


This episode highlights Indian Conflict Resolution Philosophy and ethos with five-point analysis and five recommendations.

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