War’s are nice until those are rhetorics. Once they pass that stage, it is always sufferings. That does not mean one should evade any war at any cost. It means unless bigger values are at stake, and we get an outcome that catapults a nation to moral standing, one should not indulge in a war. The other way around, protection of the borders is the prime duty of a country, and not doing so is a sin. War is definitely needed for safeguarding the borders. Otherwise, all war results in dismal atrocities.
I see regional coalescence and confluence of wars emerging in discrete geographic areas.
1. The Syria, Turkey, Israel Iran Iraq, Russia, US and Saudi instability emerging out of complex threads like ISIS, Assad’s dictatorship and mass prosecution of his population.
2. The Congo Rwanda quagmire
3. The Southeast Asian cauldron of Koreas, China, Russia, US
4. The South China Sea
5. The everglades of Russia and Eastern Europe with Crimea and Ukraine
Of course, I haven’t added Venezuela to the mix.
This is only infographic, devoid of intelligence. Now add a weakening US influence world across, the recession in Europe, Brexit and dilution of the European Union.
Add to this the emerging threat of Chinese hegemony, Russian urge to be superpower while being deprived of basic economic successes.
As though Human intelligence was not enough, now we need Artificial Intelligence to understand and solve this quagmire.
The other day I talked about local IMA elections and how we need Social Engineering.
Not sure if democracy was the right answer to replace feudalism but across the globe, we definitely see failure of democracy.
To summarize, at atomic, local and wider swaths of global areas, we see pandemic of chaos confluence from all dimensions.
Does that mean we are landing in chaos and anarchy?
The human instinct for survival is so strong that despite these challenges, a solution should emerge. Humanity themselves will discover the cause of the problems and produce a solution with ingenuity…. or at least we hope so. (Shashank/mymilieu.org).
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