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When confronting bad news these days, many tend to assume that it's just a bump on the road and that things will work out.Sunday, Nov. 11 at the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month we commemorated the end of the largest and bloodiest conflict the world had ever seen. In 1914, before the war began, people had lived through a world much like ours, defined by heady economic growth, technological revolutions and increasing globalization.Just a few years after the book came out, a generation of Europeans was destroyed in the carnage of war.So Macron is not simply talking; he organized a Paris Peace Forum of more than 60 world leaders, which began Sunday, to try to combat the dangers of rising nationalism and eroding global cooperation.If you compare the world today, it does feel less like the 1930s than the 1920s.Putin may not win. The efforts of people like him to reverse the progress of the past might not win.
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