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The Problematic Elements of Intra-State Operations
In identifying the problematic elements of the United Nations’ intra-state operations, one has to understand at the beginning that all might not be found immediately nor understood completely.

Treatment of Congo Natives
In his book, Heart of Darkness, Joseph Conrad describes the workers that once claimed the Congo land as their own and explored it as their ancestors had.

The Legend of Robin Hood
Everyone knows about Robin Hood and his merry men. What we don’t know who was Robin Hood? Did he really exist? How much is legend and how much is history?

France and Russia Reactions to Enlightenment
There were many differences between the various sections of Europe in how they developed internally.

The Congo as the Falsified Free State
The treatment Africans experienced at the hands of the European powers that looked to the large continent for resources varied across the land though over all suppression was the foundation.

Russia's Reaction to Change
The Russian Empire took the road of stubbornness and isolationism. Russia had monarchs that helped push the nation toward progress in the 18th centuries under Peter the Great and Catherine the Great. Russia was moving forward until it hit the 19th century and conservative monarchs.

France's Reaction to Revolutions and Change
During the 19th century, France and Russia were two of the most changing European powers. They had not advanced as far as Britain had in restricting the monarchy and creating a government that was more for the people by the people.

WWI Removes Glory of War
War had been shown in literature and art as being glorious and something that would be honored. World War I changed everyone when the reality of death and war came to be. It was no longer glorious.

Totalitarianism in Italy and Germany
Totalitarianism found the perfect ground to find root in right after World War I ended. Europe had changed. Gone were the romantic ideals of the Victorian age and beyond. Gone were the nations as the world once knew them. There was a loss of security and identity flowing through the nations.

20th Century Wars Societal Affect on Europe
The wars of the 20th century also impacted Western society. World War I upheaved society in a manner that many had trouble accepting.

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