How Civil Wars Start: And How to Stop Them Free Audiobook Download by Barbara F. Walter
Civil wars start when one group feels that it has been treated unfairly and seeks to redress their grievance through force. This means that the public will become polarized, with some believing in the use of violence to resolve issues and others believing that other methods must be used.
Wars are not inevitable. They do not happen without a cause, and they can be stopped. But a war cannot be ended in peace if it is started by one or more sides, and often the side that starts the war experiences no immediate repercussions for its actions. Civil wars start when different groups of people believe their way of life is threatened and that violent resistance is the best way to protect it. This can lead to escalation if the opposing group does not back down from violence, but avoiding violence might be possible if both parties simultaneously recognize that coexistence is a better option than conflict.
Have you ever wondered why civil wars start and how to stop them? What is the first step in stopping a civil war before it starts? One of the most important things we can do to stop the onset of a potential violent uprising is ensure peace within our own hearts. Peace begins with peace in our hearts and minds, and this cannot be accomplished without love.
Civil war is a disease, caused by the breakdown in communication between groups and societies. We do not know how to stop it from spreading until we understand where it begins. The first step is understanding that civil wars are often started as a result of social disruption. When people are unable to find a common ground, when the conflicts are too painful for those who live with them every day, many will resort to violence or look for one person or group to blame everything on.
Barbara F. Walter, a veteran of the Civil Rights Movement and veteran news reporter discusses the root causes and underlying reasons for civil wars in her new book, "How Civil Wars Start: And How to Stop Them". The book provides clarity into the different types of civil wars that have taken place and helps identify some of the tell-tale signs that could provide indications on when a conflict may start.
Conflict and wars take place everywhere. In this audiobook, Beth Hicks provides the reader with the information necessary to understand how civil wars begin in order to help prevent them. According to the author, countries that experience traumatic events often end up having civil war because of feelings of anger, insecurity, or injustice. The key is for people to interact with each other so that emotions don't get out of control.
|Duration||7 hours 17 minutes|
|Author||Barbara F. Walter|
|Is It Free?||30-days Free|
|Parent Category||Political Ideologies, Social Science, Military|