Vietnam, 1969. Uganda, 1978. Lebanon, 1986. Iraq, 1991. Rwanda, 1994. Kosovo, 1999. The world at war has greatly changed in the years that span these conflicts. Leaders and regimes rise and pass away from memory. Political objectives can and will shift. Weapons of destruction become ever more efficient. There is a constancy that can always be relied upon: the anguish, the loss of life and limb, and the starvation are the enduring legacy of warfare.
"Teaching Them to Fish,"
Journal of Mine Action
: Vol. 3
, Article 10.
Available at: https://commons.lib.jmu.edu/cisr-journal/vol3/iss3/10