military found themselves in a similar position, and Somalia became, quite explicitly, a guinea pig for 'humanitarian intervention' in the 'new world order.' Even though the military-humanitarian intervention failed, the precedents in international practice that it set still stand, and there are many who now seek to return to the ideas of a more aggressive international policing role for the United Nations."
Here it is the case of not only unequal distribution of wealth but also the lack of necessities that initiated the disturbance and finally conspiracy theory made a situation that is ripe for international intervention putting the face of 'relevance in democracy and self determination'. The self determination is a mockery in this intervention as the intervention was a result of lack of unity and intactness in the society. When these are absent one cannot think of irrelevance of democracy and self-determination as these two are the inherent qualities of a democratic and self-determined state.
The NATO air strikes against Yugoslavia beginning on March 24, 1999 did not occur in a vacuum but rather followed ten years of regional conflict and aggression inspired and orchestrated by Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic.
Until 1991, Yugoslavia was one nation comprised of six republics: Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro, and Macedonia. Serbia was further divided into two autonomous regions; Kosovo and Vojvodina. Each republic and both autonomous provinces in Serbia had a seat on the federal presidency and had a considerable amount of autonomy in local affairs. With one notable exception--Bosnia--each of the republics roughly represents a distinct ethnic group. This situation itself presents a picture of fractured society where the relevance of democracy and self-determination cannot be discussed.
Slobodan Milosevic came to power in 1987 with the rise of Serbian nationalism following the fall of the Berlin Wall and Soviet communism. He became a hero overnight in Serbia when in 1987 he went to Kosovo to qualm the fears of local Serbs amid a strike by Kosovo Albanian miners that were paralyzing the province. In a famous speech televised throughout Serbia, by telling the angry crowd of waiting Serbs that they will not be beaten again in response of the situation in which few Serbs were beaten in Kosovo. This speech engineered the splits in the society and shattered the norms of the democratic state. Instead of re-coursing to discussion which is the essence of the democracy the tactics of Milosevic made the people of his own country fight with each other and resulted in a battle that led to the attempts of ethnical cleansing. Here the conspiracy theory works as the dominating attitude prevails in the people dividing them ethnically and an intention to make other ethnic groups as subjects to them or eliminate them. This when assisted by the government support to one of the cabal (Serbians) resulted in civil war. The structure and essence of democracy itself was made a scapegoat in the quest for supremacy over the others. The theory of the leaders like Milosevic worked due to the mal-intentions of the people of his type. When people believe in the words of the leaders that try to divide the nation the intention of being intact as a nation was being absent and that affects international policy of the nation and on the nation. This makes a Country to disintegrate, which was the inherent intention