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The principal wave of civil war focuses intensely on group grievances as the primary driver of civil war. Groups are more inclined to revolt o... ... middle of paper ... .... We also saw that in the event of a civil war starting, it is more likely to start by an ethnic group because of ethnic diversity, than any other group. This happens because ethnic groups are more likely to be discriminated and not treated equally, and this results in grievance. I believe that living in the twenty first century there should be other ways in solving disagreements rather than letting our loved ones lose their lives in such morbid and justifiable ways. Even when civil wars end there will always be one unsatisfied side, wars will never solve the whole conflict.