Internal Conflict

Some articles on internal conflict, conflict:

Nayaks Of Kandy - Monarchs - Sri Vikrama Rajasinha 1798–1815 - Internal Conflict
... The Adigar manipulated the king into beginning a military conflict with the British, who had gained a strong position in the coastal provinces ...
Taiping Heavenly Kingdom - History of The Taiping Rebellion - Internal Conflict
... With their leader largely out of the picture, Taiping delegates tried to widen their popular support with the Chinese middle classes and forge alliances with European powers, but failed on both counts ... The Europeans decided to stay neutral ...
Peer Pressure - Explanation
... two seminal social-psychological theories (on cognitive dissonance, which addresses internal conflict, and social comparison, which addresses external conflict) into a unified whole ... way One's state of harmony is disrupted when faced with the threat of external conflict (social rejection) for failing to conform to a group standard ... one conforms to the group standard, but as soon as one does, eliminating this external conflict, internal conflict is introduced (because one has violated one's own standards) ...
Ragnall Mac Somairle - Internal Conflict
... However, it is possible that the conflict took place in the northern part of the meic Somairle domain, where some of Áengus' lands may have lain ... of Ragnall's grant, it is possible that Alan took advantage of the internal conflict between the meic Somairle, and seized the island before 1200 ...

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