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Three Ways in Which Inter-State Violence is Usually Brought to a Halt

From time to time, we have situations where states fight, giving rise to what can be referred to as inter-state violence. And as it turns out, there are some three ways in which such inter-state violence can be brought to a halt.

The first way in which inter-state violence is usually brought to a halt is through diplomatic means. This, in other words, is all about negotiations, because the people who fight tend to be fighting over something, and once that ‘something’ is sorted out, they have no further motivation to continue fighting.

The second way in which inter-state violence is usually brought to a halt is through political means.

The third way in which inter-state violence is usually brought to a halt is through military means. This is like where a military force can be sent, to bring the violence to an end.

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