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Understanding War

By international law, waging war itself is a war crime. Why do we think it is not?

There are more than 42 wars and so-called "armed conflicts" on four continents happening at the expense of an average of (166,000) deaths per year and 3,287,478 cumulatively for just six of the more than forty-two ongoing wars.

Read my World Financial Review bimonthly column on understanding war. Click here.