Conflict

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conflict between   (間の対立)

It led to a conflict between her and a group of Muslims.

The conflict between the "brothers" grows.

The "Tales" constantly reflect the conflict between classes.

conflict of interest   (利益相反)

The major issues here concern conflict of interest.

Banks has pointed to a conflict of interest.

Directors can have no conflict of interest.

armed conflict   (武力紛争)

UN forces intervened to bring a halt to the armed conflict.

The use of biological agents in armed conflict is a war crime.

Gumprecht refused to accept this, and an armed conflict ensued.

during the conflict   (紛争中)

He was severely wounded twice during the conflict.

British military was vastly superior during the conflict.

Two European Union monitors were killed during the conflict.

came into conflict   (対立した)

Most of the family, including Eleanor's children, came into conflict with Sibila.

In 1942, for the first time in his life, Sperati came into conflict with the law.

When groups came into conflict, the victor often appropriated the loser's property.

conflict resolution   (紛争解決)

It may also refer to approaches in conflict resolution.

Kakabadze also works in the field of peace studies and conflict resolution.

The operation center is responsible for backup, scheduling and conflict resolution.

military conflict

This is believed to be the highest human death toll from any military conflict.

The military conflict also failed to occur, and by 1805, the fort had become rundown.

Romania agreed to withdraw from the territories, to avoid a full-scale military conflict.

internal conflict

I suppose I'm working out some internal conflict".

Due to an internal conflict, Chmielarz left Metropolis in 1999.

In 1485, the fortunes of the Granadan internal conflict shifted yet again.

political conflict

This triggered a major political conflict with his younger daughter.

Due to the ongoing political conflict in Yemen, many sought football as an escape.

This led to CCS becoming the only viable solution to overcome this political conflict.

ongoing conflict

In post-Soviet Russia, civil war erupts as a result of the ongoing conflict in Chechnya.

The Burmese Civil War has been an ongoing conflict within the country of Myanmar since 1948.

Others have said that Allah was angry that Muslims were killing each other in an ongoing conflict.

violent conflict

Such a need for structural change is likely to result in a violent conflict.

Although Louis was a pious man, he soon came into a violent conflict with Pope Innocent II.

This violent conflict could be of any type and could involve either latent or actual violence.

direct conflict

This brought him into direct conflict with Eric.

That brought him into direct conflict with Mies, who disagreed with his philosophy.

On the one hand, Luke generally does not portray this interaction as one of direct conflict.

conflict within

Such conflict within families was seen as ‘a sign of the End’ in Jewish apocrypha.

This led to an internal conflict within the chiropractic profession, which continues today."

The Burmese Civil War has been an ongoing conflict within the country of Myanmar since 1948.

come into conflict   (対立する)

Where bears raid crops or attack livestock, they may come into conflict with humans.

They sometimes come into conflict with local retail businesses that serve non-members.

While there, they again come into conflict with a rival gang and Rabbit stabs one of them.

avoid conflict   (対立を避ける)

It was renumbered in 1961 to avoid conflict with I-95.

Some migrations occurred to avoid conflict and warfare.

They sought to avoid conflict with the neighboring Navajo and Apache peoples.

open conflict   (オープン紛争)

When Arab unrest threatens to erupt into open conflict, Doyle is ordered to prevent it.

Harney, an elderly career officer, wished to avoid open conflict with secessionist forces.

The death of the Fourth Dalai Lama in 1617 led to open conflict breaking out between various parties.

not conflict

Egypt accepts the Covenant only to the extent it does not conflict with Islamic Sharia law.

The court system honours tribal laws and customs when these do not conflict with national laws.

He argues that this does not conflict with freedom of speech by suggesting that flag burning is not speech.

ethnic conflict

As the Soviet Union began to collapse, social disintegration and political instability fueled a surge in ethnic conflict.

There are several stages of ethnic conflict, all of which have been present in the years following the collapse of the Soviet Union.

There are many different types of ethnic conflict, and the vast majority can only be understood with the help of a historical context.

class conflict

Much more important was the calculus of class conflict.

Unresolved class conflict, however, made these laws less effective.

The main themes of "Parasite" are class conflict, social inequality and wealth disparity.

potential conflict   (潜在的な対立)

Hubbell pleaded guilty to one charge of failing to disclose a potential conflict of interest from ten years earlier.

This potential conflict relates to the design of the helmet used in the situation to which each of the parties most frequently responds.

The DoD also does not believe the Authorization for Use of Military Force Against Terrorists could be applied to a potential conflict with Iran.

conflict zones

There were nine terrorist incidents with more than hundred deaths in conflict zones.

Capoeira4Refugees is a UK-based NGO working with youth in conflict zones in the Middle East.

Impact of war on children The number of children in armed conflict zones are around 250 million.

major conflict   (大きな対立)

No further major conflict occurred until the Crimean War of 1853–1856.

Under Pope Paul V (reigned 1605–1621), a major conflict arose between Venice and the Papacy.

Under Sukhaangpha, the Ahom kingdom entered into the first major conflict with their neighbors.

scheduling conflict   (スケジュールの競合)

Bruce Buffer was not the ring announcer due to scheduling conflict with "".

Gore canceled a debate with Myers due to a scheduling conflict in March 2018.

Elizabeth Reaser signed on after another actress dropped out because of a scheduling conflict.

conflict against   (対立する)

On 20 March 1306 Świnka restarted the conflict against Jan Muskata.

During the 1990s Massoud would corroborate with Russia in his conflict against Taliban forces.

After a short-term conflict against the combined Cham-German forces, the town was finally liberated.

conflict ended

The conflict ended with the Chapultepec Peace Accords.

The whole conflict ended when Anacletus died on 25 January 1138.

The conflict ended with an Egyptian-brokered ceasefire on 26 August 2014.

no conflict

Directors can have no conflict of interest.

There is no conflict, I am proud of both.

Although Sanchez continued to shout at Koscheck, no conflict ensued.

civil conflict

On average, each civil conflict will cost a country roughly 30 years of GDP growth.

Were he unable to pay for his enlarged army, there would likely be civil conflict, potentially open revolt.

The most recent example of this conflict was known as the Troubles – a civil conflict that raged from around 1969 to 1998.

armed conflict between   (間の武力紛争)

This led to the revival of an armed conflict between the PKK and Turkish forces.

The Sino-Soviet conflict of 1929 was a minor armed conflict between the Soviet Union and China over the Manchurian Chinese Eastern Railway.

The movie is based on the Kargil armed conflict between Indian and Pakistan that took place between May and July 1999 in the Kargil district of Kashmir.

conflict began

He then illustrates their story and where the conflict began.

It was during this period, however, that conflict began to simmer between high school friends Shane and Guard.

The actual conflict began with the controversy over the Interim and the question of Adiaphora in 1548 and the following years.

resolve the conflict

Caliph Umar II strove to resolve the conflict when he came to power in 717.

Confronting such factors as jealousy, rage, chaos, and sabotage, the triple threat must resolve the conflict, and end the confusion.

This tariff, written mostly by former President John Quincy Adams, reduced tariffs to resolve the conflict created by the Tariff of 1828.

end the conflict

Aki and Sid must fight against General Hein, who wishes to use more violent means to end the conflict.

Although the FARC and ELN accepted participation in the peace process, they did not make explicit commitments to end the conflict.

The two warring sides are inspired by this act of affection and decide to end the conflict before Fry and Leela's memories are fully restored.

social conflict   (社会紛争)

Azar developed the theory of protracted social conflict.

The ARIA model is a comprehensive, yet specific approach to resolving protracted social conflict.

Historically, Afro-Asian populations have been marginalized as a result of human migration and social conflict.

led to conflict

This led to conflict between Athens and the less powerful members of the League.

It is the foundation for today's law on same-sex marriage, which has led to conflict recently.

This encroachment on what was considered to be Chagatai territory ultimately led to conflict with the "amir" Timur.

conflict arose

No conflict arose at the ferry, so the fort became a trading post, then a residence.

Under Pope Paul V (reigned 1605–1621), a major conflict arose between Venice and the Papacy.

One of the major causes of the conflict arose from Tohei's emphasis on his principle of ki in aikido.

source of conflict

At the beginning of the Al-Aqsa Intifada the site became a source of conflict.

Conflict over land rights is a prominent source of conflict between ethnic groups.

This has occasionally been a source of conflict with other journalists and writers.

religious conflict

There are occasional outbreaks of religious conflict.

The Thirty Years' War was Europe's deadliest religious conflict.

Helwys died in prison as a consequence of the religious conflict with English dissenters under King James I.

conflict among

During this final tour, conflict among the band increased.

McCauley also had to overcome conflict among the tribes of his diocese.

Modernity appears as an extended period of conflict among various efforts to redefine what such a power might be in the future.

conflict management

Earlier legal anthropological research often focused more narrowly on conflict management, crime, sanctions, or formal regulation.

He was responsible for the development and presentation of undergraduate and graduate courses that examine the history of conflict management and resolution.

It has educated eight million students, teachers, and sports coaches with programs covering three main subjects: conflict management, self-esteem building, and nonviolence.

conflict during

In 1648 there was a conflict during the Khmelnytsky Uprising.

By this time the British were advancing from the east and the first major conflict during "The Great Game" was initiated.

Many of the participants of the meeting had fought on the same side during the Abkhazia-Georgia conflict during the early 1990s.