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Dante's Ghost
In Memory of Sr. Rosalie Bertell
Vincent Di Stefano
 Integral Reflections  Contact Contributor
June 26, 2012, 3:07 a.m.
The nature of war has completely changed over the course of the past century. From being the domain of a trained warrior caste who lived and died face to face, it has, especially in more recent times, become an exercise in technical sophistication where decisions made and actions taken at a vast distance from the field of battle determine the fate not only of combatants, but of fathers, mothers and children who happen to be in the wrong place at the wrong time.

This original piece offers a brief reflection on the senselessness, the tragedy and the dehumanisation wrought of war at a time when the great powers continue to draw down vast portions of national economies to maintain and further develop the technologies of death.

Comments, questions and reflections are welcome. Contact


Nico Di Stefano

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