APPLYING DIFFERENT MODES OF ALTERNATE DISPUTE RESOLUTION TO CONFLICT SITUATIONS: A CASE STUDY OF RUSSIA-UKRAINE WAR
This research article aims to analyze the recent on-going conflict between Russia and Ukraine, which has disturbed the peace of Europe after 30 years. Since, Russia is among the global powers of the world and a major exporter of oil and grains and Ukraine serves as a transit route, so if the sanctions and war is prolonged, the world will face dire consequences much more than it is experiencing at the moment. Amidst all the chaos there has to be a way out which assists in broking a peace deal between the two adversaries. And therefore, the article mentions that adapting a mode of ADR for resolving the conflict is the best bet. It also visits the course of history to highlight how mediation was successfully used in the past conflicts to resolve the issues and the same can be true for the present conflict. Though many countries by now have shown willingness to mediate between both countries but Turkey enjoys an upper hand over them due to its significance in the region. In view of all these factors and the present deadlock that has clouded the fate of peace in Europe, recommendations have been given in the end which can prove to be effective in putting an end to this fiasco.