Despite having separate and conflicting interests, nations and groups are faced with problems which require co-operation if they are to be solved. This book examines the differences in the way strategists think, and offers suggestions on how conflicts between them can be resolved.
Despite calls for better co-operation between countries and different cultures, there is still confrontation between people, groups and nations. But at the same time they are exposed to common problems which demand cooperation for the solution of these problems. This book helps to understand the differences in the way strategists and their followers think, offering practical solutions for those in business to help solve conflict between different groups.