In the 1990s, the North African country Somalia was effectively without an effective central government, as they were in the middle of a civil war.Most people there were forced to

In the 1990s, the North African country Somalia was effectively without an effective central government, as they were in the middle of a civil war.Most people there were forced to turn to traditional religious authorities or “warlord” controllers of certain fiefdoms for public goods such as defense, sanitation, and education.At the time, Somalia was considered ___________.
A) a nonsovereign state
B) a failed state
C) a kleptocracy
D) an autocracy


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