chapter  5
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The social-reformer model

Introduction The social-reformer agrees with the strong-leader that the conflict cannot be resolved in the near future by conventional methods of peacemaking and conflict resolution. He reminds us that most of the infinite attempts to negotiate solutions by political-elites of the opposing societies have ended, so far, with frustration, despair and, even, disaster. There is an urgent need for a different kind of thinking to cope with this miserable situation.