Romania vs. Hungary.
Hungary vs. Slovakia.
Germany vs. Poland.
A German-Russian Bloc vs. a French-British Bloc.
Russia and its Baltic periphery.
Russia vs. Poland.
Greece vs. Turkey (this one is especially dangerous).
Serbia vs. Kosovo (even more dangerous).
Another war in Bosnia.
That's just the more obvious flashpoints.
Hundreds of years of warfare, you lot are so quick to forget, Joe is correct.
It's ironic that the US, of all countries, is stationing its military in other places to prevent war, when the US itself is in a constant state of war all over the world. Invading countries unprovoked. Creating instability. Threatening other nations with war.
Europeans have no desire for war. The Americans are the warmongers.
Beyond that, we have self-interest involved. For a million reasons we WOULD get involved in another major European war, and an ounce of prevention is worth a pound, no, a ton, of cure. Them destroying themselves would risk the disruption of our most important trading partnerships.
We'd do good business in arms sales, but I'd prefer the trade instead.
Edit didn't read the second page before responding. Europe is too economically intertwined for a war to break out. If one did there would be plenty of advance notice for America to intervene without having bases there.
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