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7 Most Awful War Operations in History

Throughout history, bad weather, insufficient weaponry, and bad luck played an important role in winning or losing battles. In normal life, overconfidence, carelessness, and momentary lapses in judgment can result in pretty bad consequences. The same applies to battlefields where consequences can be catastrophic. One mistake can change the world or put millions of lives at stake. Unprecedented events on the battlefield are largely responsible for military disasters.

The End of the War at Korean Peninsula: What Changes will it Bring?

Korean Peninsula has been ravaged by war for almost 65 years. Armistice efforts throughout the decades' long war have been unsuccessful, partly owing to the involvement of many parties, including the United States, China, and Russia. Hope for the contested border is on the horizon following a historic summit between leaders of the North and South. Kim Jong-Un and Moon Jae-in agreed to work towards a peace deal that would formally bring an end to the conflict. The deal is set to be announced later in 2018.

What should be Done to Prevent Using Drones as a New Weapon?

The need for security has compelled the development of various apparatus that would address this matter. Governments have engaged in innovations that would make them standout in matters security. This saw the invention of drones to counter the increasing terrorism activities that have caused a lot of damage to the universe. And the advancement of this technology is something that most governments have focused on.

The Big Mistake of Volunteering: The Savior Complex

No one wants to carry the world's problems on their shoulders. As much there seem to be ways to help the intensity of these problems appear to weigh down on every individual. In the long run, most people develop some sort of fear and tend to adopt the "escapism" path in dealing with matters of the world. However, this may not be the case for every individual since the thought of responsibility for saving or assisting others is inevitable for some people. Such people suffer from a "messiah" complex or "savior" complex - a state of mind where a person holds the belief that he/she has the calling to be a savior.

The Alliance for a Secular and Democratic South Asia was formed in 1993 to combat rising religious intolerance in South Asia and to campaign for peace and justice in the region. We are committed to working towards a just, non-violent resolution of the crisis we are currently living through. If you are interested in joining us in this work, please call 617-983-3934 or e-mail

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