On August 4th, we observed the 100th anniversary of World War I, a war which mankind had never seen before and has not seen since.
Although World War II was more widespread and devastating, nonetheless World War I was more brutal and had much deeper consequences than World War II.
It is ironic that we find ourselves now, one hundred years later, in a situation very close to what it was in 1914. For the great powers of the world are lined up against one another because of a tiny conflict in a relatively small and weak country.
Here I do not wish to take a side in this internecine conflict in Ukraine. I simply want to point out a few inconsistencies.