Those improvements can help at times when wars are necessary-for instance, when we are fighting against enemies with whom we cannot negotiate. Such enemies existed in the past-they were fighting for glory on the battlefield or victory over an enemy of the faith-and one could argue that they pose a threat today as well. Things are much better if the conflict concerns something that can be split up-such as money or land. Then you can bargain with your enemies to divvy up whatever you disagree about and you can have something like peace. Please complete the security check to access www.