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Vol: 68 No: 19
May 15, 2022
Russia’s aggressive stand on matters relating to Ukraine could well bring the world to the brink of another global war. If Adolf Hitler’s obsession with racial superiority threw the whole world into turmoil, Vladimir Putin’s Ukrainian fixation has become one of Europe’s gravest security crises since World War II.
As the Russian invasion of Ukraine intensified, the unfolding scenes of devastation highlighted the utter futility of war as a solution to disputes between nations. Ever since the horrors of World War II traumatised the world, most nations have desisted from engaging in wars and tried
to settle their disagreements through diplomatic negotiations. Besides, with technological advances, military strategies too have changed. Nations have developed weapons capable of inflicting death and destruction on a massive scale. Rebellions and civil wars continue to be a perennial problem in countries that have unstable governments and despotic rulers. But with a considerable presence of foreign nationals in every country, either as students or employees, wars in general have worldwide ramifications.
The mere mention of a war unsettles most governments
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