Can Warfare be Anything Other than Barbaric
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...warfare from the 19th to the 20th century, which modern scholars examined, is important. Evolutions in the conduct of warfare have been erratic, and this relates as well, perhaps mostly, to their impacts and to how these are viewed.5 Perspectives on barbarism in warfare is subjected to cultural standards, and the beliefs based on these, like the total number of deaths caused by war, in relation to deaths caused by other actions. Furthermore, the practice of warfare since the Roman period did not evolve in a single direction from crude warfare towards more sophisticated... Can Warfare be Anything other than Barbaric? Introduction It is completely possible for a rightful war to be waged in a barbaric way...