1. Peace is a concept and it is very hard to earn, before peace and clarity must be a war or a disorder where people are divided and signs that the system is not working is visible.
The biggest signs is inflation economy is down they print too many money and the money looses its’ value because there are too much money around
and inflation means everything goes up food is expensive but the wages stay the same.
Unemployment is high and we see food banks here in the UK.
We are divided some wants Brexit others want to stay the country is in top pieces the government is not good they make more mess they can not bring the country back to its feet
4. Issue was states’ rights.
The Southern states wanted to assert their authority over the federal government so they could abolish federal laws they didn’t support,
especially laws interfering with the South’s right to keep slaves and take them wherever they wished. Another factor was territorial expansion.
The South wished to take slavery into the western territories, while the North was committed to keeping them open to white labor alone. The state divides the people
7. How to avoid the war
The usual strategies suggested by political scientists and international relations experts to prevent war include arms control and diplomacy.
Approaches to arms control and diplomacy vary in their actual and potential effectiveness.
Don’t attach blame. It doesn’t matter who the guilty party is — you want to resolve the dispute, not exacerbate it.
For the same reason, abstain from using accusatory words like “you never” or “you always.” It doesn’t matter at this point who said what. What matters is finding the way out and forward.
10. Difference of opinions, habits or behaviors can sometimes lead to disagreements.
These conflicts are an inevitable part of life — after all, there will always be situations and circumstances when even the closest friends and family members won’t see eye to eye on certain matters.
The worst-case scenario is when a dispute is allowed to simmer, grow deeper, and cause a rift between friends or relatives.
Have you ever found yourself in this unenviable situation, or perhaps you are experiencing it now?
Even if the possibility of mending fences seems remote, don’t give up before trying — especially if the person you are feuding with is important to you. Talking find solutions and understanding is the key to peace
2. USA is exactly the same they have the same problems and many are talking about civil war .
Trump wants to come back and that will be the end of everything
. USA inflation is high too much money around with wages stay the same when all prices going high. In order to clear all debts etc we need a war it is the only solution our way out and the winner will be the power and we follow them and their currency.
The new world order the first one took place in 1945, USA were the winners and every country follow them, this time who knows .
The war started in |Ukrainian will spread and other countries will join against Putin who he has done a deal with China. And that is a problem fore all pof us.
5. Meanwhile, the newly formed Republican party, whose members were strongly opposed to the westward expansion of slavery into new states, was gaining prominence.
The election of a Republican, Abraham Lincoln, as President in 1860 sealed the deal. His victory, was a clear signal to the Southern states that they had lost all influence.
Feeling excluded from the political system, they turned to the only alternative was left , secession, a political decision that led directly to war.
8. Think about what caused the rift in the first place. Once you analyze the issue calmly and objectively, without letting your emotions ,you may both realize that the conflict was driven by a mistakes in communication, or the interference in your relationship.
If apologies are needed, give them. You know the saying: “Sorry is the hardest word.” But a heartfelt apology — given or received — can go a long way toward healing.
Clearly, the worst thing you can do is let a conflict fester and become so deep that no amount of “negotiations” will make it right again
11. In more ways than one, resolving conflicts is like negotiating a peace truce — both parties must be willing to accept the terms of the “ceasefire” and move on.
But before you even begin to “negotiate” with each other, both (or all) parties should lay down some ground rules:
· Let go of hostility, bitterness and resentment — be open to communicate about what happened without criticism or accusations.
· Agree to disagree – accept that your perspectives may be different, but not wrong.
Let by-hones be by-ones — look forward, not back. Once these obstacles are out of the way, start talking speak on the phone or by email. Any communication is better than none.
3. inflation and unemployment people stop placing orders from China, millions of products are on ships in China with no destination people can not afford so China’s economy is going down.
It is been said China owes 7 trillions big money people loosing their jobs and the government turn to Putin for discussion and help.
They want the dollar to be zero and they create their own currency. All eyes are there what is going to happen.
Putin is a dangerous dictator he wants to use chemical weapons and nuclear finish countries and he means that.
China military they have it is not big enough however we gave them technology and they use it l
6. If the League of Nations had failed, they build new organizations. the ideas and practices inculcated by EFO, economic and financial organizations were the new world.
The Princeton Mission served as support of Bretton Woods, which founded the International Monetary Fund, It informed ideas about postwar and shaped new ideas for European union.
Promote financial stability and global development, also created the, UN Economic and Social Council.
9. Things that bind you. Whether it is your spouse, a friend, or someone else who is dear to you, talk about how much you appreciate each other’s company.
This acknowledgement will take the focus away from the conflict, and emphasize the positive and meaningful influence you have on each other’s lives.
Strengthen your relationship. Conflicts and disagreements may find their way into your lives again.
If that happens, resolve to “talk it out” right away and try to defuse a dispute .The key is to act sincerely, so relationships can “bounce back” and prosper.
12.. he first world war was a kind of cultural suicide that destroyed Europe’s eminence.
Europe’s leaders sleepwalked – in the phrase of historian Christopher Clark – into a conflict which none of them would have entered had they foreseen the world at war’s end in 1918.
In the previous decades, they had expressed their rivalries by creating two sets of alliances whose strategies had become linked by their respective schedules for mobilization.
As a result, in 1914, the murder of the Austrian Crown Prince in Sarajevo, Bosnia by a Serb nationalist was allowed to escalate into a general war that began when Germany executed its all-purpose plan to defeat France by attacking neutral Belgium at the other end of Europe.