June 28, 2014

World War Next

Michael Vatikiotis, Asia Times

The Associated Press

For some years now we have been told that war is a thing of the past. 

Statistics have been deployed to measure the reduction in war deaths, papers written about the shifting shape of conflict, and whilst the world is still a messy place, we have been assured that the old Cold War threat of clashing powers leading to world war and nuclear annihilation were behind us. 

But that is not the case

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