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World War I and II are futile to the might-be incoming war, the third World War.
You might laugh this time, but it will happen. Due to the recent events of the 21st century, it will happen. Some of the events are: 9/11, Sabah crisis, and N.K.'s declaration of war. So be prepared. I think it would be a nuclear war. But cyber warfare is more likely than the former.

[quote]"Wars will subside, but war can't be prevented" ---------- Anonymous

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Okay, about China. They are currently spearheading their claim that they own all of south china sea. What should UN do about this?

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The UN... seriously?

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I haven't read the posts in this topic (except for the last page) and I don't feel there will ever been another world war if civilization continues at the pace we are going.

Violent crime is reducing. The ability to hide human rights violations is minimizing. The internet has created a large sense of community for the world. We are becoming more of a one-nation planet than anything else, I feel.

So, to have another world war just doesn't seem likely in this climate.

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We are becoming more of a one-nation planet than anything else, I feel.


Closer this happens, closer we get to a Type-1 Civilization, then we go for SPACE
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Closer this happens, closer we get to a Type-1 Civilization, then we go for SPACE


You just made a reference to Spore by Electronic Arts.
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So, Ukraine will never regain its navy.

Ukraine technically never had a navy. There has been an agreement between Russia/Ukraine/Crimea where Russia owns the lease on the fleet. Ukraine just sort of supplied some people to be in the fleet but it has never been at Ukraine's disposal.

Okay, about China. They are currently spearheading their claim that they own all of south china sea. What should UN do about this?

Bruh you really need to provide articles for all of these random claims you're making.

The UN can do absolutely nothing. The UN can take no action against any of the countries that are permanent members.
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........................."sigh" let's forget about that and talk what would happen after this war ended, if this war happens.

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You just made a reference to Spore by Electronic Arts.


Type-1 Civilization is a Global Civilization, a crucial period in our time where anything dangerous can happen beforehand. A video game did not create this reference. It's instead popularized by Dr. Michio Kaku.
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........................."sigh" let's forget about that and talk what would happen after this war ended, if this war happens.

Dude you can't just decide to change the topic after you realize how stupid it is by simply sighing.

I thought the topic is World War III Theory, not some dystopian future ramblings.
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kardashev_scale

The Karashev Scale

The Kardashev scale is a method of measuring a civilization's level of technological advancement, based on the amount of energy a civilization is able to utilize. The scale has three designated categories called Type I, II, and III. A Type I civilization uses all available resources impinging on its home planet, Type II harnesses all the energy of its star, and Type III of its galaxy.

Type 0
A Type 0 civilization extracts its energy, information, raw-materials from crude organic-based sources (i.e. food/wood/fossil fuel/books/oral tradition); pressures via natural disaster, selection, and societal collapse creates extreme (99.9%) risk of extinction; it's capable of orbital spaceflight; in fiction, societies that fail to improve social, environmental and medical understanding concurrently with other advancements, frequently accelerated their own extinction:

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I had to study the South China Sea dispute for a year a couple of years ago, did an attachment to the foreign ministry to boot and did some reading for that brief period, so the topic interests me greatly! I think its going to be rather tricky, because to China, not only is the area long considered its own backyard, but its period of strengthening and muscle flexing due to its enormous military and economic growth unfortunately has coincided with the general waning of US power in the region. China has always resented the US occupation and subsequent ''interference'' in the region, especially in Japan and Korea, traditionally China's ''little brothers''. This external element no doubt makes the whole situation more volatile than most territorial disputes.

China will not back down from its claims, and I think they will doggedly push them forth. As rising powers assert themselves, they feel impelled to challenge territorial boundaries, international institutions and hierarchies of prestige that were put in place when they were weak. Like Japan in the late nineteenth century, or Germany at the turn of the twentieth, rising powers will want their ''place in the sun'', so to speak, bringing them into conflict with the established great powers, often the architects and beneficiaries of any existing international system .

What I feel is vastly different from the past is not only does China view the area in immensely historical overtones, considering the past century a mere blimp in their multi-thousand year history as the world's greatest power, but its increase power and influence has accumulated to the extent that it has outstripped any past precedent. Germany and Japan have nothing on her, she's closer to the USSR and USA. She will get her way most of the time, like it or not, and even without much military force. And the other great powers will either want to placate her with a few dollops of jam, or issue a few jingoistic blustering and do nothing.

My own personal bet is that China will continue drawing in other nations in the region into their own orbit via increasingly one-sided economic links and diplomatic cultivating, much like what Russia is attempting to do with the old breakaway nations from the USSR. Ultimately, if China's growth continues sufficiently, I think it'll de facto be able to control the islands, even if they are not considered the de jure sovereigns. I have grave doubts that there will be world war over a few islands in SEA Asia. The US might be able to intervene in smaller powers, but to take on China over these parcels of land? That will be much harder to justify to the American public, which will be further compounded and paralyzed by other facets of the Sino-American relationship.

I think stuff will only heat up to panicky Cuban-Missile-Crisis levels if China directly threatens Japan and Korea's existences. But that's very farfetched.

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If World War 3 will be a nuclear war, if they get involved, wouldn't the countries with the most nuclear weapons be the ones that will be the most important?
Besides nuclear weapons, World War 3 could have biological warfare (with dangerous germs like anthrax, ebola, etc. and/or toxic gases-remember that sarin attack in Syria?) which may be a bigger killer that nuclear weapons.
If nuclear weapons are to be used in World War 3, hopefully the government leaders in the war are sensible enough to try not to blow up/kill everybody and therefore end the world.
Speaking of, which countries may be in WW 3, if it ever happens?

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Dude you can't just decide to change the topic after you realize how stupid it is by simply sighing.I thought the topic is World War III Theory, not some dystopian future ramblings


I did that because I don't want to argue with you.
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Type-1 Civilization is a Global Civilization, a crucial period in our time where anything dangerous can happen beforehand. A video game did not create this reference. It's instead popularized by Dr. Michio Kaku.


Thanks for the correction and info.
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