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Introduction Conflicts exist in all sizes. There are battles between neighbors around trees, there are conflicts between children about toys, there are battles between politicians about remarks, and there are battles between nations. A battle, in essence, is a disagreement. Conflicts vary. Some are like the China/Norway battle after a Chinese "criminal" got the Nobel Peace Prize because of his struggle for democracy. China boycotts Norway in trading, while Norway does not find the problem as the Nobel Committee is independent and not controlled by the state. Other conflicts are more severe, such as the one between the U.S. and Afghanistan (Taliban). Following 9/11, USA entered Afghanistan to find Osama bin Laden, whom Taliban had been protecting. During the 12 years the war has continued, it's estimated that at least 40.000 happen to be murdered. There are two forms of conflicts, conflicts of significance and conflicts of interest. Conflict of Worth is a conflict in which you struggle because of lacking respect, as you want to liberate yourself or another country, maybe because the continuing civil war is ruining the nation and interfering can save lives. On the other hand, we have a conflict of interest, in which the primary objective is resources. Whether the sources in question are humans, cash, food, whatever: it is the selfish sort of battle. Most conflicts are both conflicts of interest and conflicts of value, and defining a conflict as one of these is hard. From the Afghanistan war, one might claim that it is a battle of value. However, when analyzed, it reveals that there's an element of interest in the war also. The U.S. went into Afghanistan to spare them of Taliban and to Contact Osama bin Laden. There surely were values here freedom for the.