Actualidad General Nick Carter warns the World learn from the mistakes of the past
E l General Nick Carter chief of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Great Britain warns in an interview granted to 'Sky News' that the global economic crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic could unleash new security threats, including a Third World War.
"There exists the risk of a new world war if current smaller-scale conflicts get out of control, attracting more countries and weapons. If there is an escalation, more people are involved, more weapons and before it can be contained there is a war total open "said Nick Carter in the program 'Remembrance Sunday'.
The general warns the World in general that we must learn from the mistakes of the past in order to repeat them in the future in a situation of world crisis: "We have to remember history so that it is not r epita, but there is a rhythm and if you look back, to the last century, before the world wars, it is indisputable that there was an escalation that led to miscalculations and that caused a war on a scale that we hope we will never see again. "
"I say it is a risk and we must be aware of those risks. And that's why remembering is important, because if you look back in history, hopefully you learn from experience and make sure to be very cautious about how you handle the kinds of regional conflicts that we see in the world today. " , noted Nick Carter in a statement that is going around the world.
Looking ahead, the Chief of Defense Staff offered a vision for the 2030s in which the British army would be composed of 90,000 human soldiers and 30,000 robots.