For instance, in the 1949s Nazi regime, the Germans categorized people as Jews even where they did not identify themselves as Jews.
It is not clear if modernization has had any effects on ethnic based conflicts. People with common ideologies and features often perceive themselves as superior than others. Inter-tribal, inter-religious and inter-racial conflicts still exist in the modern societies. However, these do not occur with the same organized intensity compared to the pre-modernisation era. Modernisation has enhanced communication and proximity of different people of diverse ethnicities. This is because of greater mobility, faster communication through the internet radios and televisions. Many people today perceive themselves as members of a wider interconnected global village rather than loyal members their ethnic groupings. More rationality impedes ethnic based conflicts. The presence of constitutional regulations, laws, facilitation of democracy, and inter-national institutions has regulated the authority of majority ethnic groupings over the minority.
The international community should develop rehabilitative programs and opportunities for the child soldiers. To reduce the numbers of child soldiers in combat, they should use an impartial approach of integrating the local communities and local governments in fighting the menace. The international community should increase commitment on advocacy on behalf of the child soldiers. They can work with the civil societies to act as watchdogs of child protection. Most importantly, they should give children a voice by offering vulnerable children the vital protection through education, psychosocial support and promoting stable families that enhance sustainable social integration.
Outside intervention may increase or reduce tensions in developing countries. The intervention Of America in Iraq realised major benefits to the nation by facilitating democracy, constitutional