Remote over Canada receded the rest of that conflict and vanished beyond the range of his vision.
But mechanical invention had gone faster than intellectual and social organisation, and the world, with its silly old flags, its silly unmeaning tradition of nationality, its cheap newspapers and cheaper passions and imperialisms, its base commercial motives and habitual insincerities and vulgarities, its race lies and conflicts, was taken by surprise.
There is no such thing as a conflict of interest between labor and capital--or, rather, there ought not to be.
When there is only so much of the same thing, and when two men want all they can get of the same thing, there is a conflict of interest between labor and capital.
The trapper found him distributing knives to the ferocious hags, who received the presents chanting a low monotonous song, that recalled the losses of their people, in various conflicts
with the whites, and which extolled the pleasures and glory of revenge.
The purpose of a conflict
of interest policy is to protect the best interests of a charitable organization when it contemplates entering into a contract or other transaction that could benefit the private interest of an organization's officers, directors, key employees or certain other individuals (such as close family members or business interests).
But in truth the history of Christian-Muslim relations, from its very beginnings until today, has simultaneously unfolded and continues to unfold along both of these major story lines--confrontation and conflict
as well as dialogue and cooperation--sometimes running parallel and often intersecting.
The articles in this issue, in addition to the one that directly addresses church conflict
, deal with issues that can cause division: biblical interpretation, ecumenical relations, mission strategies, and interfaith dialogue.
Where a conflict
has been identified, a trustee board should have a process in place for deciding whether a more active form of conflict
management is required.
The papers address the role of sub-regional integration schemes in conflict
prevention and management in Africa, the role of the African Union in conflict
resolution, the development of the continental early warning system of the African Union, International Criminal Court prosecutions of the Lord's Resistance Army insurgency in Uganda, local government and the potential of social capital in post- apartheid South Africa, local government and the management of conflict
in fragmented societies, managing the process of conflict
resolution in the Sudan, elections and conflict
in Southern Africa, the Somali peace process, post-conflict
Mozambique, and post-1990 constitutional reforms in Africa.
Given the current level of conflict
and open hostility in the Anglican Communion, there is a very real danger that a covenant would reflect that conflict
rather than any degree of reconciliation.
The tax adviser believes he or she can objectively perform services for the affected parties, despite the conflict
But such an interpretation cannot possibly be correct, because it comes in conflict
with the living example of Christ himself.
said Rose & Kindel didn't lobby for the legislation on behalf of SAP and has not lobbied for SAP on anything before LAUSD because of the ``potential conflict
Allowing make-ups for unavoidable conflicts
also may sound reasonable, but it is amazing what will become an "unavoidable conflict