Create a 6 pages page paper that discusses the road: civilization and barbarism. Politicians declare war. and they declare cease-fire! Within the interval of war and peace, mind-boggling destruction takes place. This death-dance has a telling effect on both the history and geography of this planet. Apocalyptic fiction provides us with ample examples, real-life stories as well as imaginations, how the civilization can come to an abrupt end with nuclear war, contagious diseases, or other types of natural disasters. What could be the state of affairs of the civilization after such stunning happenings? What will be the position of the survivors, if there would be any, where only scattered elements of technology remain? With the experiences gained during World War II, with the memories of the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the threat of total destruction, has brought about extraordinary reactions from the top political leaders who preside over the destinies of humanity. As for the question of world peace—it’s now or never!
“It’s better to have the world united than the world divided, but it is better to have the world divided than the world destroyed,” said Mr. Winston Churchill at the time of the II World War. This statement came at a time when the destructive power of the war-weaponry was limited. Nuclear weapons were introduced for the first time, and such an arsenal was within the command of just one power, the USA. During the last five decades, the scenario has completely changed. Nuclear control rooms exist in several countries and such a war would be controlled by buttons and probably last for some minutes. Perhaps none will survive to do a report in from the war fronts. The mighty establishments of press and electronic media would have been converted into burning charcoal! Enough encroachments have been done by man on the domain of nature! When it strikes back, it will see that there is no necessity to strike again. By creating the arsenal of weapons of mass destruction, man is jubilant that he has conquered Nature! Nature will have the last laugh and ask the final question—why did you do this? Even the statesman of the caliber of John F.