A list of news articles that point to reasons behind various conflicts and/or explain the actions of melting pot powers within those conflicts.
In Weltanschauungskrieg section because these are lower level examples of contrived worldviews.
3) Notice that the melting pot model has permeated most remote regions of the world as a result of past colonizing https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2021/4/29/grief-and-anger-in-chad-over-armys-deadly-protest-crackdown What should be 'local tribes with sovereignty and hard borders developing diplomacy and fighting local skirmishes' has become a root that will lead to broad global instability.
4) The U.S, is starting to portray the war in Afghanistan as a fight for the rights of women. This very opportunistic deception flies for a lot of people unfortunately.
The Taliban are tribals, obviously. They are building their society with what has been proven to work. Does that mean 'women cannot rule' or other stupidity often presented by foreign military marketers? Of course not. Their ideology is built around 'what works', not 'what doesn't work'.
In Afghanistan "One in three girls is married before 18, most often in forced marriages, according to U.N. estimates." according to that article.
In the United States "Most states have a minimum marriage age for minors with parental consent, ranging from 12-17 years old. However, California and Mississippi do not have minimum ages for minors to be allowed to marry with parental consent. Massachusetts has the lowest minimum marriage age with parental consent of 14 years old for boys and 12 years old for girls." https://worldpopulationreview.com/state-rankings/marriage-age-by-state
So, obviously at some point in the recent past it was acceptable in the U.S. for girls to marry at 12 and boys at 14 as long as the parents agreed. And any time a law is made, it is because some people tend outside the boundaries of the law. In this case a state in the United States would not make a minimum marriage age of 12 unless there were people before that law was passed who got married at 11.
A person should deduce, by simply observing males and females, that over hundreds of thousands of years males have developed more of an ability to use physical force, around the world. It isn't an Afghani issue.
For most of that history it has been the physically bigger person/group etc which makes the rules, takes power. It was only the development of guns and other tools that allowed potentially any one group to easily 'rule' over another which might be bigger. That is still largely the case. Notice for example in Bahrain 24.8% of the civilian population had guns in 2007. By 2017 the number had dropped to 12.8%. It isn't because people don't like guns.
Any group, country, tribe etc which wants to rule over another group has to be physically more powerful in some respect, whether more muscles, more guns or whatever. The age old rivalry for power between men and women, a natural rivalry based on distinct genetic roots, as each gender prioritizes dna from a different phylogenic domain https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Domain_(biology) , has been transferred to the melting pot vs tribal rivalry, at great detriment to the human race. It is a development that encourages offensive rather than defensive technology.
A natural progression is 'rivalry from male vs female' becomes 'violence between tribes establishing borders'. The next potential step, of competing melting pots, can only accelerate violence until original tribes are given borders and mixed race people who are not tribal take some sort of territory between tribes to federate them. The next step after that would be those federated areas of mixed people either consolidating if there is space, which there isn't currently, or their continuing the fracture by reforming along tribal lines i.e., smaller and smaller subgroups, along with decay in society.
Melting pot interests i.e., corporations etc, have seen this coming, and their strategy has been to eliminate tribals i.e., create space through contrived war.
5) Armed drones are being proliferated by melting pots to discourage low level nuclear weapons development.
Armed drones are something any heavily industrialized country can deal with. Satellite coverage of an area is not expensive and deploying space based armed satellites to eliminate armed drones shortly after launch would not be that technologically difficult.
Ultimately it just furthers the local militarization which is developing to solidify local versions of the global melting pot against any remaining indigenous interests. It is a strategy that won't succeed in the long run and will leave a hard lesson for future people.