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If world peace is to be preserved, therefore, it is to the dangers of these local conflicts, not of the unbelievable East-West nuclear exchange of popular imagination, that attention now most needs to be directed. 78 4 The Failure of Interventionism We have seen in preceding chapters that the typical way in which states make use of armed power in the modern world is not by all-out war against another state but by armed intervention, without declaration of war, in neighbouring states. This is true not only of super-powers intervening in neighbouring territories to protect their own security.
169 below). Total casualties during those 40 years have been estimated (in a United Nations study) at 20-5 million: not as great as during the Second World War, but almost certainly much higher than in any similar period before 1914. t had most been feared in 1945: an all-out war among the major powers of the world not even one fought with "conventional" weapons only. Since the end of the Second World War, done of the weapons most feared at that time - nuclear, bacteriological or (on a significant scale) chemical - had been employed.
The wars that occurred none the less fell into a number of quite different categories. And, before considering how the dangers they represent might be reduced, it may be worth seeking to distinguish more ~arefully between the different types of local war which have occurred in recent years. * Of that number, two took place in Europe; 26 in Latin America; 31 in Africa; 24 in the Middle East; and 44 in Asia. * There are obvious problems of definition in establishing the figures. For these purposes a series of isolated terrorist acts or sporadic engagements are not defined as "wars".
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