The year 1991 will be emblazoned on our minds as the year of the Middle East War. Saddam Hussein gave more than a clue to his own psychopathology when he named this conflict “The Mother of All Wars”. All nations which actively participate in battle will lose troops and civilians. Physical damage, terror and distress are the immediate accompaniments of battle. Starvation, sub-standard living conditions and infectious disease often follow. Modern weapons and terrorism are capable of inflicting major damage on populations which are far away from the centre of the war.
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