>>8342039>Ultimately it's what (((they))) will achieve. There's too many fingers on the trigger ready to pull it than is necessary.
Then we have to wonder why it hasn’t happened already.>With Iran getting their nuclear deal we have to account for more players.
Nuclear deal is in tatters and Iran already has nukes, it’s why a hot war with Iran hasn’t happened already.>That's a lot of pressure to give out more resources and money to just keep things the status quo.
Status quo is shit and transitioning to a balanced multipolar world order.>Honestly we need a widespread conflict just to try to start again or teach a lesson before fully mechanized warfare becomes a thing.
Doesn’t have to happen. The lesson can be that war doesn’t have to happen, conflicts can be resolved peacefully even when the odds are vastly in favor of war.
Wouldn’t that be better?>Too many countries are cocky (USA) and need to be taken down a peg
It’s already happened, look at Syria, look at Venezuela, look at Yemen, look at Afghanistan.>of creating a hardy generation from this soft cucked society we've created.
Such a generation is already rising and working to reverse the current trends. Besides, economic hardship can do a better job of that than warfare, with far less needless slaughter.>Do you really think we can continue without a widespread global conflict?
Not with the status quo being continued with no alternative (which there is), but the rising multipolar world order has promise, a key aspect of which is diplomacy and cooperation.