define: conflict

con·flict (noun)

1. a serious disagreement or argument, typically a protracted one
2. a prolonged armed struggle
3. an incompatibility between two or more opinions, principles, or interests
4. a condition in which a person experiences a clash of opposing wishes or needs

Welcome to the Conflict Journal, 2015

Hello! We’re here to serve you a resource for political conflict across every region of the world.

In a mission to inform and educate, we’ll recognize world events in war, protest, conflict, violence, politics, and human and civil rights. To lay out a clear picture in the chaos conflict usually brings, we’ll present you concise information on the day’s most important and pressing news of the world while providing resources on long-running conflicts. We hope to do all of this in modern, approachable, and innovative ways — and we welcome you along for the ride.

Writers and researchers of the Conflict Journal will be regularly updating either daily and weekly in order to present you a comprehensive and extensive understanding of global conflict. /from Patrick deHahn