100 Years After The ‘War To End All Wars,’ Lessons Of History Are Still Unlearned

The weekend commemoration of the end of World War I, and particularly the speech from the French president, demonstrate why the “war to end all wars” did not at all end all wars. They still don’t get it, so we are forced to repeat it. How does our current policy look so much like that of the countries careening toward disaster in 1914?