本篇美国代写-加利利冲突讲了1982年，为了平息巴勒斯坦人民的攻击，进行了“加利利和平”。他们被以色列称为恐怖分子。以色列国防军与占多数的非犹太人之间的冲突未能对该国发生的冲突达成任何形式的明确结论(Marshall, 1999)。目前已查明有许多军事和平民伤亡。本文认为系统理论的应用将会导致更好的和平,因为1)它有助于更好地理解冲突,2)它有助于更好地理解利益相关者的最后3)必然地会导致更好的洞察力对和平进程的制定解决方案。本篇美国代写文章由美国第一论文 Assignment First辅导网整理，供大家参考阅读。
Galilee is a part of Northern Israel and is usually referred to as Upper Galilee and Lower Galilee. The region is a tourist destination because of historical relevance and natural aesthetic beauty. From being a British mandated territory, to coming under Israel’s control in the Arab Israeli war of 1948, the population of Galilee from the past times have been displaced many times over. As of 1970s, the region has been threatened by the Palestine Liberation Organization which was met with planned counter resistance by Operation Litani and Operation Peace for Galilee by Israel. With Hezbollah attack continuing in the area opposing the Israeli forces as of 2006 onwards, the Israel-Lebanon conflict with rocket attacks has been the major issue. The Israeli Palestinian conflict is at the root of the attacks. During 1982, “Peace for Galilee” was undertaken in order to quell the attacks from Palestinian people. they were labelled terrorist by Israel. Conflicts between the Israel Defense forces and the non-Jewish majority failed to achieve any form of definitive conclusion for the conflicts happening in the state (Marshall, 1999). There were many military and civilian causalities that were identified at this point. This essay will argue that the application of the system theory would have led to better peace because 1) it helps in better understanding of the conflict, 2) it helps in better understanding of the stakeholders and finally 3) consequentially would have resulted in a better insight on solution formulation for the peace process.
Background to the “Peace for Galilee”
Galilee is a modern nation state that had come under the rule of Israel. However, its roots and traditionalism are not just founded in Israel and herein lie the core of the issues. There are different stakeholders with different social and ideological roots in the nation. Much of the tensions in the case of contemporary Israel are owing to conflict of ideologies, social thoughts, culture and religious sentiments. The Sunni-Shiite Conflict in the Modern Middle East has led to a resurgence in conflict issues as their struggles have led to a Syrian civil war. This could transform the area, displace people and result in the migration of more refugees and more civil tensions.
The Israel Palestinian conflict involves a very small tract of land and compared to other conflicts. There are a few million-people involved only with little or scant mineral resources forming part of the conflict equations. In this context, drawing a borderline for a solution will not work and this seemingly logical way of approaching the problem is seen to cast a shadow on the peace-making processes, as the solution does not exactly cover all elements at the root of the problem (Bregman & El-Tahri, 1998).