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Analysis of Conflict Promoters and Root Causes: Facts and Fictions about the Western Response

The purpose of this research was to investigate the root causes and boosters of conflict in the Amhara and Afar regions. This study began by attempting to identify and critically examine the core causes of conflict, violence, and instability across the country. The data was analyzed and studied using both qualitative and quantitative methodologies, employing both primary and secondary data. For developing country scenarios, the realities, fictions, and perspectives of western nation conflict resolution methods were investigated. Various governmental institutions, government organizations, and public service centers have been impacted by western promoters and TPLF assistance, leading to severe unemployment and social unrest, putting millions of Amhara and Afar people in danger. This investigation indicated that the western process goes through, at least from a common law perspective, is not concerned with finding the truth as much as it is with offering evidence that proves guilt or innocence, evidence that is contested and interpreted in different ways to win a case. Criminal developments, whether at the national or international level, are primarily about meting out justice for alleged wrongs committed by individuals and denied by western countries through their interests. Several international actors and western nations involved in the political process, particularly the United States, the United Nations Security Council, the World Health Organization, and the European Union, continue to engage in violence and criminal activity. Thousands of elderly, women, youth, and children have been among the most vulnerable victims of the current situation in Amhara and Afar regions as a result of the violent response to violence and Western nations' continued support for the TPLF. Our situation analyses and investigations confirm that the UN Security Council, the United Nations, the United States, the European Union, the World Health Organization, and the world food and agriculture organizations make unfair, discriminatory, and fictitious decisions and reports about the victims of the Amhara and Afar peoples. They are both promoters of peace and promoters of conflict.

Amhara and Afar, Root Causes Analysis, Ethiopia, Conflict Resolution, Western Nation, Conflict Promoters, Fact and Fiction

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Alie Wube Damtew, Amare Mitiku. (2022). Analysis of Conflict Promoters and Root Causes: Facts and Fictions about the Western Response. International and Public Affairs, 6(2), 38-50. https://doi.org/10.11648/j.ipa.20220602.12

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Alie Wube Damtew; Amare Mitiku. Analysis of Conflict Promoters and Root Causes: Facts and Fictions about the Western Response. Int. Public Aff. 2022, 6(2), 38-50. doi: 10.11648/j.ipa.20220602.12

AMA Style

Alie Wube Damtew, Amare Mitiku. Analysis of Conflict Promoters and Root Causes: Facts and Fictions about the Western Response. Int Public Aff. 2022;6(2):38-50. doi: 10.11648/j.ipa.20220602.12

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