Every War Must End

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Every War Must End is a book[1] by the political scientist and government official Fred Iklé, which addresses the oft-ignored issue, for nations that start wars, of the conditions under which they can end. He shows that the usual result of not having considered the endstate is disaster.


  1. Ikle, Fred C. (2005). Every War Must End. Columbia University Press.