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How are treaties broken?

it depends on what you are looking for: in World War 1, there was a bunch of alliances, formed by treaties, agreements, and whatnot. there are two types of alliances covert and overt. an overt alliance is an alliance between two countries that they recognize and is publicly known. (an example would be America and Great Britain; Germany and Austria-Hungary) a covert alliance is an alliance that is secret. usually, a country does not have to honor a covert alliance, so this ends up with a lot of backstabbing as you can imagine. alliances were the main reason why WW1 started. with the assassination of Archduke Ferdinand by a Serbian nationalist terrorist group (the Black Hand), Austria was enraged. They declared war on Serbia. Russia then declared war on Austria-Hungary (because of alliances). Soon after, Germany declared war on Russia. not sure if this helps, but if it doesnt, restate the question to be more specific and i might be able to help you...

How did the Alliance systems contribute to World War 2?

The Alliance system allowed countries to make allies with other countries secretly. Therefore, a war which would have involved only a few countries involved the entire world because allies backed each other up in war. WW2 isn't a good example since Hitler would have probably run through all of Europe anyway, and eventually the US, to eradicate those he thought "impure". WW1 however is a great example because a war which would have been between Austria Hungry and Serbia ended up encompassing the world due to alliances.

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Global inequality, in a broad sense, is the idea that people in different places (or times) are unequal in terms of their relations to one-another. Usually, people focus on economic equality, and, in the world, different regions are differently developed and, therefore, have different levels of wealth between them and distributions of wealth in their populations. Economic inequality is difficult to measure but a popular method is known as the GINI coefficient, which measures inequality by dispersion of income in different segments of society.

In Europe when a conflict develops between countries the small unstable countries usually do what?

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