• kristen.4
In the east African nation of Somalia, the lack of a central government authority led to military intervention by the United Nations in the 1990s. What consequences might a country face when it deals with a state of anarchy? How can a state of anarchy result in violence and safety risks?
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  • kristen.4
The lack of governmental authority and structure in a government facing a state of anarchy results in a lack of oversight. During the 1990s, Somalia’s central government devolved into warfare between tribal and warlord leaders, resulting in increases in violence and crime.

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