Unorthodox Warfare, Multinational Conflict and New Standards in Contemporary International Mediation

  • Ishaan Deepak Joshi
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  • Ishaan Deepak Joshi

    Student at MIT-WPU Faculty of Law, India

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In the recent decades, there has emerged a significant transformation in the nature and strategies of warfare, accompanied by the worldwide spread of armed conflicts. This phenomenon has emerged due to the growing interconnectedness of diverse civilizations, the rapid dissemination of information, the removal of hurdles in distance and time for interactions, and the concurrent involvement of an increasing number of participants in the same field. Modern works on the analysis of conflict at a detailed level and elucidating the factors that lead to unorthodox warfare have generated a significant increase in interest among scholars and researchers. This attention can be ascribed to the premise that these investigations have been undertaken. The objective of this research is to highlight the insufficient focus in the current study on multinational mediation towards developing innovative approaches for effectively addressing emerging issues. This article will primarily address the latest studies conducted on the subject of international mediation. The cause of this phenomenon is the current spike in attention towards the analysis of conflict disaggregation and the identification of variables that contribute to non-conventional warfare. The multinational mediation mechanism was deemed insufficient in its capacity to swiftly adjust to the evolving dynamics and unforeseen trajectories of the war, resulting in its prolonged duration.




International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 6, Page 3528 - 3535


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