1 National University of “Kyiv-Mohyla Academy” (Kyiv, Ukraine)
Received: April 27, 2019 / Accepted: May 9, 2019 / Published: April 29, 2019
The proposed material on the topic of how different States manage the problem of inter-civilizational and intra-civilizational conflicts is based upon historical legacy and contemporary events and trends. After presenting the concise theoretical and conceptual foundations of what constitutes major conflict configurations in modern State, the issue of the different paths to managing conflict is given. Two countries are examined, Ukraine and Uzbekistan, the results indicate the need for social and political diversity as a mechanism for dampening conflict, rather than trying to enforce homogeneity.
Keywords: inter-civilizational dialogue, political hegemony, State
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