In the modern, Western world, do you think it is still possible for a country to have a revolution?
By revolution, I mean a movement of mass populace which successful changes the government and its institutions to a new form. This could be for the US, for the UK, for France etc...
Generally they say, history repeats irrespective of when. However, the way revolution happens; like the technique being followed in modern world might be little different than the past.
Not at all. Many African countries have revelations such as Rwanda Ivory Coast and Sudan.
by nightwork4 7 years ago
would the western world be better off ignoring problems in the middle east?it seems to backfire when ever the west gets involved, should we just let them solve their own problems or keep trying to influence them?
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by Gary R. Smith 5 years ago
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