Developing countries on their own can undertake much efforts for reducing the risks of conflicts with providing due emphasis on the genuine grievances prevailing in the societies of the developing countries with the adoption of the economic and social policies which are working with more transparency and accountability. A need of practical and convincing agenda for the whole world which is capable of taking global action is felt all over the world. The members of the international community are working collectively for building a world that is much safer and is free from the term poverty.
Developing nations and conflict resolutions:
This is the global responsibility of every nation to assist the developing nations in ensuring that the risks of conflicts will not be supported by the revenues generated from the exploitation of the natural resources. The main focus of the approaches and suggestions is on the practical aspects with the perspective of global governance with collective efforts. These approaches and suggestions are thought to be the base for feeding the international policy and the international actions over a period of time for helping developing countries (Humphreys, 2005). By this help from the various other countries the developing countries can manage their resources in a better way and thus this better management of resources will act as a promoter of development in the country rather than a factor that helps in the increment of conflicts. The reason behind such international actions is that the costs arise due to war conditions continue to prevail for a very long period of time although the war had ended. The main focus of international organizations is to offer a solution that guarantees to reconcile the management of shocks at macro level with the protection of poor producers in exchange of certain rules. These solutions can be in non-exclusive form in combination with the external debts for les developed counties those are not indebted heavily.