Imagine that you had been the leader of a small contingent of United Nations soldiers in a town in Croatia, Serbia, or another part of Yugoslavia during its civil war. Assuming that the town you are to protect has a population of mixed ethnicities and religious backgrounds, what strategies and tactics might you propose to keep the town safe? What would the town's chief threats be? Why?

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In order to protect the people, I'd allow equality of ethnicities and religion, allowing worship of anything. Although it may cause stress to keep watch on people, the main threat would be Yugoslav soldiers attempting to retrieve their lands back. In order to protect the town itself, I'd demand a constant watch and a small radio connection in order for safety.

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