“Why do third-world countries have a higher rate of ethnic violence when compared to other developed nations?”
Ethnic violence can be described as the intertribal conflicts and warfare that arises because of several factors. Notably, developed countries report very little occurrence of ethnic related violence as opposed to third word countries. This can be tribute to the fact that in most third world countries people still conduct their affairs in the traditional way of life. Among the factors that have led to tribal clashes in most third world countries have been political disputes between tribes neighboring each other, border disputes, struggle for limited resources like water among the pastoral communities among other factors. Governments can combat this conflict through peace initiative and by way of mitigating the factors that cause these conflicts.
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