Link to Stealth Conflicts Forum

The marginalization of the world’s deadliest conflicts seems to be everywhere we turn. Stealth conflicts are made that way by policymakers, the media, the public and academia. Worse still, this situation is so rarely challenged or even noticed. Why not join us in challenging it.

 

The Stealth Conflicts blog represents one set of views and a range of cases/evidence designed to expose and explain this situation. Stealth Conflicts Forum is the open version, and is designed to bring together a much broader range of views and cases/evidence dealing with the problem of the marginalization of major conflicts. The blog is to be made up of posts submitted by those with an interest in the subject of marginalized conflicts. Contributions from students, researchers, practitioners and ‘laypeople’ are welcome!

 

 

For more information on writing posts for this blog, see the guidelines for contributors on the Stealth Conflicts Forum blog. To make inquiries or to become a contributor write to stealthconflictsforum@gmail.com.

3 Responses to “Link to Stealth Conflicts Forum”

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  3. Hey Virgil. Luv what you’ve done / are doing. Thank you for pointing out so clearly how the conflict in the DRC out-scales other more publicised modern conflicts. I’m ashamed I didn’t know before.
    In case you haven’t seen this already, here is another kindred voice i found just by googling ‘ignored wars’: http://edition.cnn.com/2012/11/27/opinion/congo-war-ignored-vava-tampa
    Is there a site/page i can view summaries of ignored conflicts/crisies around world? If not, there needs to be one.
    Its an outrage ‘the West’ is so oblivious to the countless, endless sufferings of ‘the Rest’, especially when the former has such an un/knowing hand in the latter! Keep up the good work!

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