ONGOING INTRACTABLE CONFLICTS ARE VOLATILE, HIGHLY DESTRUCTIVE, AND VERY DIFFICULT TO SOLVE. CAN ANYTHING BE DONE?
The complex nature of human relationships means examples of intractable conflicts, unfortunately, aren’t hard to come by. Tribal wars have wiped out entire populations. Long-standing religious, racial, and cultural tensions have spawned deeply ingrained dissension. Political parties have become more and more polarized. Management and labor find themselves in a deadlock.