Let me know when you think of another solution to the global crisis of the late 1930's.
If by late 30's you mean WWII, then I don't get why so many people said no.
War is absolutely necessary, but not for humans. There are many species of animals and insects that if they did not have war, the planet would be overrun.
UMG..... I can't beleive these people are winning. That world would be heaven. I wish that a world existed like that. But it is completely unrealistic.... The world will never work without war. We will constantly be fighting, and that is just how it is. And still I am disappointed by the minds of people...... AND THEY ARE WINNING... No wonder the average American IQ is so small....
Yes. War is necessary to defend sovereignty or for humanitarian reasons. Admittedly, war is not good as it can results to millions of casualties. But if you're just defending your country from invaders or you go to war because you want to protect people for humanitarian calls, then war not only becomes necessary but also inevitable.
Yes it is in some cases like the Revolutionary war and Civil war and world war 2 as far as our country .Wars of oppression are fought all over the world how else would you deal with those things.Of course the world fights a lot of needless wars this country doing it when Republicans are in office
War is for control over resources most if not all of the time if the resources and money used to further the war effort were used in establishing sustainability we would be better off.
Not necessary but inevitable in a flawed world in which we live in.
To defend when attacked is something quite different, I'm not a total pacifist, I will not let someone kill me without a fight. Beyond defense, primitive.
As long as we human have guilt, fear, jealousy, there will always be war. It is however can be stopped by respecting all countries and stopping jealousy.
Just War Theory Just war theory deals with the justification of how and why wars are fought. The justification can be either theoretical or historical. The theoretical aspect is concerned with ethically justifying war and the forms that warfare may or may not take. The historical aspect, or the “just war tradition,” deals with the historical body of rules or agreements that have applied in various wars across the ages. For instance, international agreements such as the Geneva and Hague conventions are historical rules aimed at limiting certain kinds of warfare which lawyers may refer to in prosecuting transgressors, but it is the role of ethics to examine these institutional agreements for their philosophical coherence as well as to inquire into whether aspects of the conventions ought to be changed. The just war tradition may also consider the thoughts of various philosophers and lawyers through the ages and examine both their philosophical visions of war’s ethical limits (or absence of) and whether their thoughts have contributed to the body of conventions that have evolved to guide war and warfare.
war is for gaining resources, but there are so little resources nowadays that it would be better to combine 2 countries resources than war with one another