Economic Relationship: Nazi Germany And The Vietnam War

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Nevertheless, ideology is not only issue why world may face a confrontation, the second biggest reason to fight throughout history has been resources. Moreover, fighting for ideology is usually closely related to resources as well, because it is not possible to fight without resources. For instance, Nazi Germany in WWII started its African campaign mainly because of oil, which was crucial to support whole war. Contrary to this, Pinker (1989) claims that one pacifying force in the world is economy, while all states are connected with economic ties and everyone can win from co-operation, as technological progress allows change goods over longer distance. Therefore, if both states win through economic relationship, ideological relationship may
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