Is a Third World War Possible? By Sara Niles

The current fragile state of global affairs does not need the diplomacy of the Trump era: which is NO diplomacy


I learned about history from my Great-Great Uncle Robert, who was himself born in 1883, and witnessed both the Great World Wars as an adult. By the time I was introduced to the world wars as part of my history education, I already had a feel for the climate of war, or the state of affairs that signal a tinder box of influences have converged to set the stage for ‘war’, or the preliminary technological and economic behaviors of today’s modern war. There have been hints of a ‘Third World War’ cropping up in the news, either as a direct suggestion, an innuendo, or as a likely path that the world is headed toward. Pope Francis spoke of war September, 2013 when he was quoted as saying “Even today, after the second failure of another world war, perhaps one can speak of a third war, one fought piecemeal, with crimes…

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