By Robert Conroy
The Civil battle comes alive in all its ardour and fury–only now the Brits are battling . . . along the Confederacy
Outraged whilst the U.S. army seizes 3 Confederates aboard an English crusing send, Britain retaliates by way of coming into the fray in help of the Rebels–and all of sudden it’s a complete new war.
Once back, cotton is king because the North’s blockade crumbles prior to the may perhaps of the Royal army. whereas Lincoln confronts the enormous problem of vanquishing amazing Britannia, the Redcoats revive their 1812 penchant for burning down American towns, and Union troops see Canada as ripe for the making a choice on. From the Mississippi bayou to the Pennsylvania farmlands to the woods of Maine, the nice armies of Generals supply and Lee face off within the nation’s deadliest clash. And to the victor is going heritage
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Stronger non-military sanctions range from cutting off diplomatic and economic relations to denying the government’s legitimacy. Preferred conflict behaviour may vary among cultural perspectives and value systems that affect human action and communication. A high-context culture is geared towards appreciating the meanings embedded in the interpretation of social relationships, emphasizing concerns for others’ feelings and face-saving tactics, rather than direct arguments. As is often represented by practices in the corporate world or a legal contract system, a low-context CONFLICT ANALYSIS FRAMEWORK 29 culture prefers explicit rules and explanations.
1 The endorsement of ethno-nationalism by political leaders reinforces exclusive ideology and propaganda. In the absence of any restraining forces, this process effectively translates a tense social environment or economic collapse into an opportunity for rapid mass upheaval or armed struggle. The short-term dysfunction of the political and economic system does not necessarily provoke violent conflict if there is a strong political institution supported by the population. Social uprisings and street violence in stable Western democracies have not generated a rift in the existing political order due to the existence of strong consensus on the values and institutions among the citizens.
Values often provide a rationalization for standards and methods of resource allocation. In addition, shared beliefs underlie an orientation of society, legitimizing or de-legitimizing certain group behaviour. Moreover, a psychological construct can be created to make judgements about appropriate relationships between individuals, groups, and the outside world. In essence, individuals may use normative standards to elevate positive self-interests but to negate the other’s. While values are often defined in terms of beliefs and perspectives that we have about ourselves and other people, these thoughts do not exist in a social vacuum.
1862 by Robert Conroy