In the 10,000 years between the use of flint and the development of nuclear weapons, the art of war has changed dramatically, but basic human nature has not. All conflicts -- past and present -- usually revolve around religion, race, resources, greed, wealth or revenge. And since WWII, the world has experienced some devastating wars with long-lasting effects. Here, military expert Jo Forty examines the nature of warfare since WWII, including a look at technology, weapons, diplomacy, and the ever-changing map of the world. ...

Modern War 2006, Thunder Bay Press (CA)

ISBN-13: 9781592234233