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This article tends to explain the relationship that exists between leadership and the end of civil war. For war to end, three things must occur. The rebel group’s leader must be assassinated, or the founders of the rebel group should not be allowed to lead the organization. The president whose term was faced by the war is better suited to end the war than his predecessors. Organizing a rebel group is not an easy task. It requires one to convince the members and win their commitment. There a are two types of reberal groups. The hierarchy liberal groups and the decentralized group. In the case of hierarchy, the grops have a main leader who they offer their alligience to. When their leader is eliminated, the groups tend to distegrate as they have no party to pay allegiance to. The group then easily falls. In the decentralized, the groups are divided into smaller organization and they have no distinct leader. Eliminating such will seem more problematic. The organization and the leadership of the liberal groups determine how strong the group is. There are some groups which disintegrate immediately after the war while others remain robust even after the war as the case of the Burundi. Changing the state leadership also has a major impact in the demise of any war. Civil war is
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  • Fall '16
  • joe jane
  • Civil War, American Civil War, Rebellion, rebel group’s leader

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