Causes of Wars in Europe

Causes of war in Europe

World War II was a logical consequence of World War I and the terms of the Versailles Treaty. The international tension resulting from the increase and masculinization of the European population at the turn of the century, as well as the aggressive attitude of societies resulting from the drastic global increase in food prices resulting from the cooling of the global climate, led to I World War, the Russian, Chinese and Mexican Revolutions. The Treaty of Versailles did not remove international tension and even intensified it by aggravating the situation of European losers. As a result of two European wars, the US gained an advantage over Europe, Russia, and Japan. Perhaps this was the main goal of the American’s elite, who had an overwhelming influence on the conditions of peace after World War I. The Berlin-Rome-Tokyo Axis countries had a similar internal situation before World War II. The growing overpopulation and lack of food supply for nations have set the direction for expansion – the development of industrial production and exports to obtain funds for food imports. However, raw materials and outlets were needed. Enemies of Germans, the Allies also fought for raw materials and markets for their economies, limiting the possibilities of peaceful expansion of the Axis countries. This resulted in armaments and military expansion that providing outlets and raw materials for Germany, Japan,and Italy, which enabled the feeding of their nations. The post-war policy of the Allies ensured the implementation of pre-war economic and export expansion plans for the Axis countries, providing food for their societies. These countries, however, were already subordinated to American hegemony. Such policies could have been pursued earlier, avoiding tensions, conflicts, and war. Similarly and today, the US is restricting Russia’s fuel expansion, which determines its food security. This led to a conflict between Russia and Ukraine, in the background of which Russia’s strategic interests are at stake. The main routes of access to the Black Sea ports run through the territory of Ukraine and this is the cheapest way to export the surplus of Russian grain. These Russian grain surpluses are the salt in the eyes of European and American elites, which is why they want to free Ukraine from the sphere of Russian influence. In addition, Ukraine has always been Russia’s food base. The continuation of the policy leading to the Russia-Ukraine conflict by the US and the EU may lead to the desperation of the Russian elite, which threatens war. Conflicts in international exchange are growing – the lack of rare earth resources conditioning the development of modern technologies. It is necessary to allow free market play on the commodities and raw materials market, which will enable the development of Russia and China, and ensure the possibility of demographic discharge of overpopulated lands in Asia, which will contribute to maintaining world peace. It is necessary to allow specialization of national production using regional predispositions and conducive to international economic exchange and to unify ethical systems to avoid foreign-enemy syndrome. Above all, forceful solutions that limit the development of exchange and the free formation of markets should be avoided. It is necessary to open borders and introduce in Europe, the USA, Russia, and Ukraine a modern feudal tillage system based on land lease, which will contribute to the increase in agricultural production and will ensure the improvement of the nutrition of the starving world. The global increase in agricultural production is the only hope for peace. Warsaw 2013 Bogdan Góralski

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