so would not only threaten the existence of states, but even societies ( Haldén and Jackson 2016 ), and result in anarchy that questions the idea of war as organized and instrumental violence. Without institutionalization, no war.
The obsolete idea of the duel
Comparing war to a duel emphasizes the temporal limits of war. Both in a duel and in war, shared norms allow reaching a decision, making it possible to resolve a conflict once and for all. In fact, the temporal delimitation of war underlies military profession, as shown by the notion that war is just an
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The topic “the War of the Future” is and will always be a current issue of high relevance for both military staff and politicians. The war is a complex social phenomenon determined by many factors: political, economic, cultural, religious, technological, etc., which in the context of globalization suffer rapid and profound transformations. Due to changes in these factors, everything that is related to the armed forces is inevitably altered and here we refer to: dimensions, structures, training, equipment and weapons, doctrines, organizing, planning and the spatial and temporal magnitude of military actions and operations, their effects and, of course, consequences.
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