Conflict-forming factors and their geographical interpretation

Real life shows that ethnic conflicts do not arise under any stiff diagram, because it usually affects a huge number of factors of its own nature and evolution of self-control. In addition, the same factors in different regions and in different circumstances are manifested in different ways. For this reason, the problem of typology of konfliktoobrazuusih factors are largely sketchy.
It is easy to see that some of the selected Figure 41 of general comment, "provoking" outbreaks of ethno-nationalism and the crisis in the ethnic sphere (unmanaged demographic development, "aging" Nations, the assimilation process, ecological factor) are pronounced geographic specificity; others contain an explicit policy, or ekonomikogeograficeskij social aspect. This fact gives rise to the conclusion that to research international conflicts without recourse to Geographers is hardly correct.