I am familiar with 7 stages. Never have heard of a 12 stage process. And is this two papers on two situations at 300 words or one paper with two situations with 300 words.
I know the stages as latent conflict, conflict emergence, conflict escalation, stalemate, Negotiation, Dispute Settlement and post conflict.
If you can verify the above and let me know if this is in line with what your needing. If you have the named 12 stages (that I am not familiar with) and wish to supply them then I will attempt to assist. What is your deadline on this as well. It seems this has sat for some time. Willing to assist. Please advise of your wishes.
After further research on my part this appears to be On line University test. I will have to opt out due to personal conflicts of interest.
I have given an answer to the other posted question.
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