The American Revolution
The Indian Wars
Anti-(state)Government Rebels vs. Massachusetts
The Whiskey Rebellion
Anti-Tax Rebels in Western Pennsylvania
Quasi-War With France
Inter-State (Naval) War
Fries's Rebellion "The Hot Water War"
Anti-Tax Rebels in Pennsylvania
The Barbary Wars
The Barbary States
(Tripoli, Algiers & Morocco)
The War of 1812
The Growing & Troubled Republic
The study includes major and minor inter-state war
Some of the gloomiest forecasts of water wars have focused on sub-Saharan Africa. The ever-cheerful said in 1999 that the basins of the Nile, Niger, Volta and Zambezi were all potential flashpoints. But even in Africa, outright inter-state war over rivers seems unlikely. As in other places, rivers in Africa often make for more neighbourliness, not less; the more countries a river passes through, the greater the regional co-operation. Indeed, as that report came out, Namibia and Botswana amicably accepted an international court ruling over an island in the Chobe river, a tributary of the Zambezi.
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But the new world envisaged by both the Bush and the Clinton administrations did not turn out to be quite the order they had expected. For one thing, the significance of the American-led victory in the Persian Gulf was exaggerated. It was, as Michael Mandelbaum pointed out, less the harbinger of the post-Cold War future than the last gasp of a morally and politically clearer age (, p. 3) when inter-state war was the dominant form of conflict in the international system. Because the Cold War stimulated a sense of external threat (be it international communism or capitalist encirclement), it promoted internal cohesion in many states by constraining pre-existing ethnic and sub-national aspirations (, pp. 66–67). The collapse of the external threat, however, helped to unleash centrifugal pressures in a number of nation-states.
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