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What military force we will see in the next millennium will not be conventional Conventional military force Defined as the movement of mass armies across frontiers Im not saying that this wont happen but the likelihood of two states especially major powers fighting each other will be very small What we will be witnessed to is more a strategic warfare Limited wars My first point is that Nationalism and Religion will still be the main reason states and people go to war These causes are still The most recent Nationalistic fighting in the former Yugoslavia and the further discord in Kosovo The Vanity of nationalism the will to spread and ideology the protection of kinsmen in an adjacent land the desire for more territory or commerce the avenging of a defeat or insult the craving for greater national strength or independence the wish to impress or cement alliances- all these represent power in different wrappings The conflicting aims of rival nations are always conflicts of power Quoted from Geoffery Blainely from the Causes of war In the future Religious fanatics Such as the famous Osama Bin Laden a famous terroist Was linked to the Bombing of the world trade center and the bombing of US military barracks in Africa and the middle east I We are sure of our victory against the Americans and the Jews as promised by the prophet judgment day shall not come until the Muslim fights the Jew where the Jew will hide behind trees and stones and the tree and the stone will speak and say Muslim behind me is a Jew Come and kill him Bin Laden Febuarary 99 esquire The United States is the most powerful country in the world generating a quarter of the worlds wealth They have the most powerful military complex with a defense budget
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