One of the central concepts of political science is conflict, that is, situations where the actions of one individual (or group) both influence and are influenced by those of another. Real-world examples of such conflict situations tend to be enormously complex, and a considerable amount of influential work in political science deals with the analysis of particular conflict situations and the ramifications of literally dozens of subtle influences upon the events that took place.
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