In the realm of thought-provoking literature, Sundeep Waslekar’s book A World Without War dissects the history of war, and the political, economic, and technological factors that power it, from early human societies to the present day. Providing deep insights and contrarian ways for conflict resolution, Waslekar unequivocally argues that war is not inevitable but a choice some powerful humans make.
“They won’t fear it until they understand it… And they won’t understand it until they use it” The dialogue resonates with the perplexing duality at the heart of the movie Oppenheimer. This cinematic portrayal of J Robert Oppenheimer, the enigmatic figure known as the ‘father of the atomic bomb’ or ‘American Prometheus,’ plunges into the depths of his internal conflict. His aspiration to harness atomic energy for the greater good during wartime
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