Origins of War

4 April 2015
Examines four books on causes of war through history. Examples, technology, tactics, war as policy, honor, ideology and nationalism.

With the end of the Cold War, we no longer face the imminent prospect of a thermonuclear war between the superpowers, a war that would have certainly killed hundreds of millions of people, quite possibly have destroyed civilization as we know it, and conceivably extirpated human life on Earth. None the less, war remains a pressing issue facing the human race, and in some ways the floodgates of war have been opened wider than they were during the Cold War era.
In the few years since the fall of the Berlin Wall, we have witnessed, among others, a major U.S.-led war against Iraq in the Persian Gulf, a civil war of genocidal proportions in Rwanda, and another war, combining elements of civil war and war between national groups, and one with genocidal episodes, in the Balkans. These wars, and other less newsworthy conflicts, have taken..
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