Transnistrian conflict: A brief analysisTransnistrian conflict is referred to as an intrastate frozen conflict between central government of the Republic of Moldova and separatist Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic. According to Uppsala University, Department of Peace and Conflict Research, intrastate conflict is a conflict between a government and a non-governmental party (Uppsala University, Department of Peace and Conflict Research, 2014). In this definition the government constitutes an internationally recognized actor, while the non-governmental actor can be understood as a group, organization or community that is not a de jure state. Non-governmental party, however, may have all characteristics of a state including a government, armed forces, functional bodies, currency and other indicators.


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