Many wars may be sparked because of climate change

The highest offense is known by international jurisprudence as a war of aggression. The Nuremberg and Tokyo War Crimes Tribunals (running between 1945 and 1949 in different ways) established and explained this theory. Aggressive war is the ultimate crime, as all the conceivable other crimes can be committed in parallel and as a result of the aggressive war; Pandora’s ruin, death, and evil are available to war perpetrators.

However, even though the conflict is limited to a single country as a “civil war,” aggressive wars are inherently global because war causes chaos and destruction and include others.

Aggressive wars are a push towards control for its perpetrators to conquer other nations and population areas and to maintain dictatorships in their own countries, all of which are designed to achieve the most desirable purposes. The goals are to organize national economies in such an exorbitant way as they are enriched.

A country with a large, strong and diversified economy can unify a nation with a smaller, more primitive economy more easily.

The currency manipulation and selling debt to the weaker nations are also aspects of economic warfare. The society at the beginning of the 21st century has incorporated innovation and the implementation of digital media in the moments in which: militaristic planning, trade, and economic transactions, reporting, entertainment, and propaganda have taken place.

The external physical energy of our daily life is derived by almost everybody from fossil fuels. It drives our cars, our aircraft, and our shipping; the combustion of fossil fuels is the main source of the mechanical power used to supply electric power to our homes and our businesses. Solar, wind and hydro (gravity) energy sources can potentially be used to crank our generators for civil electricity, but all’ natural’ sources are low-concentration, requiring a large amount of energy storage, rendering them useless for mobile military use.