Tuesday, 6 May 2014


What’s Up?
For several decades today, a variety of philosophers and other category of thinkers have sorted to understand uncounted number of perspectives and approaches for achieving sustainable peace and growth mechanisms. While some have attempted getting solutions from the root causes of socio-interactive and cultural conflicts, others have sorted to investigate the outcomes of post conflict situations in order to renegotiate the instances that would have prevented such devastating results.
An innovative approach within the field of achieving sustainable peace and growth mechanisms is by previewing ethical realities within human proclivity perspectives. In this regard, the assessed relationship between human socio-interactive and cultural inclination values of ethical needs and understanding, is supposed to adhere and commit to the notions of Accountability and Transparency for growth and peaceful solidarity.
In a more specific and comprehensive language, the notions of Accountability and Transparency seem to be the two most important and unique values that the world needs in order to achieve peace and development. In effect, the mentioned notions ought to be accompanied by trust building, mutual understanding and the desire for sharing and achieving the type of self-contentment that is necessary for a true peaceful leadership growth era. In this line of thought, researchers and other academicians are called upon to throw more light in the directions. 

What’s Down?
Though literature on the esteem of accountability and transparency is richly available across the globe, what remains lacking, is the extent to which  such literature and practice have contributed in terminating major conflicts and in building the type of sustainable peace measures which should be an irreplaceable prerequisite for both national and international development prospects.
Duly, whenever global debates are held upon conflict biased and natural resources endowed zones, hidden facts of Accountability and Transparency are always major catalysts in the conflicts and the debates.  This comparison is related to non-equal and dissectional meditation interests often demonstrated by the major world powers over conflicts in some zones against the others. For example, America in Iraq, France in Libya, and many more.
The pending worry here is that, when foreign world power mediators and crises management bodies get involve, the necessary political accountability prerequisite for achieving sustainable peace become a hidden agenda because of other selfish reasons, and thus, makes it very difficult to reach open and clear resolutions.
Accountability and Transparency within this scope inquires of:
1. What becomes of the ill-treated war victims under the mediation consequences of the world powers (principal)?
2. How are they to be held accountable to the country victims after cease-fire?
3. Is accountability a fair game in such circumstances or just an instrument for the powerful to fuel in more tension on the weak against themselves?
4. What do you suggest?
Your comments are highly solicited.

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