"Encyclopaedia of World Conflicts" is made to serve the purpose of a sourcebook on international conflicts. The Vietnam Conflict is commonly regarded as a war. The Arab-Israeli conflict forms a historic and ongoing conflict between Israel and Arab interests. Catholic-Protestant conflict in Northern Ireland furnishes an example of another notable historic conflict. Many conflicts have a supposedly racial or ethnic basis. This would include such conflicts as the Bosnian-Croatian conflict, conflict in Rwanda. Another type of conflict exists between government ad guerrilla groups or groups engaged in asymmetric warfare. Conflict resolution aims to end conflicts before they start or lead to verbal, physical, or legal fighting. Conflict management refers to the long-term management of intractable conflicts. This encyclopaedia is of great contemporary relevance. This encyclopaedia mainly focuses on the following conflicts; Afghanistan; Armenia/ Azerbaijan; Bolivia; Campodia; Chechnya; Colombia; Cyprus; Dafur/Sudan; East Timor; Georgia/Abkhazia; India/Pakistan; Indonesia; Iraq; Israel/Palestine; Kashmir; Korean Peninsula; Lebanon; Libya; Middle East/Arab-Israel; Northern Ireland; Peru; Philippines; Russia; Serbia; Spain/Basque Country; Sri Lanka; Syria; Taiwan/China; Turkey; and Yemen.