An all too common cause given for many divorces between couples, along with the usual infidelity, money issues and lack of intimacy, is irreconcilable differences. Irreconcilability is the totaling of non compromising standings against the backdrop of a non communicative environment.
In the larger schemes of society, irreconcilability has fueled civil wars, wider conflicts and world wars. Yet, though upon its face, irreconcilability might appear as a bad thing, it still harbors an opportunity of hope to a new genesis in lieu of a total collapse for governments.
All great revolutions from the French, to the American, and many others in between, have been forged out of irreconcilability.
While I will not expand upon any possible hopes for failed marriages brought to wrought through irreconcilability because it is not my specialty, nor my forte to damper into the affairs of the heart, nonetheless, today's fractured and fracturing governments could all benefit from their states of irreconcilability. The existence of a chance to a new genesis is more than sufficient reason to raise the hope of diverging peoples.
Like many things political, social or economic, the ways and means to affecting a new genesis is never cut and dry, or by any means an easy feat. However, a prerequisite to any new genesis is the clearly defined identity of the point of irreconcilability within a nation state.
Has Syria reached this point? Yes, for many years now. Has Yemen reached this point? Yes, for many months now. Have some western democracies reached this point? No, but some, following their present trajectories, could arrive at their points of irreconcilability way sooner than later.
But there should be no great fear nor alarm that some nations could reach their points of irreconcilability soon, for such might be a part of the natural evolution and development of the human species. [A consideration offered for discussion on this, the first day of February, 2018.]