Nuclear weapons make war unfair.
It is unfair in some extent! I think fighting back in the older times was more proper! I know those wars were longer but if you fight you fight hard because you believe in your cause! We need more warrior leaders such as Simon Bolivar or George Washington who fought hard for their beliefs! Those people in corrupt countries need to learn that! Freedom is not easily given but rather earn from bloodshed!
This is why the most emotional, powerful national anthem for me is La Marseillaise!
Yes, but that's ok. You want to be more powerful than your opponent. You want to have an advantage. Wars aren't supposed to be fair. They're about beating the other country into submission.
You never want to fight fairly in a fair war. Instead,fight with might and end it quickly. That is humane and fair.
Wiping out cities killing hundreds of thousands in less than a minute is humane? K.
When you have to kill many in a very short time to keep from killing a great many more people because the conflict is guaranteed to last longer. Do it.
ALL is fair in love and war.
War is not fair.
Devastaing to the innocent bystanders who are targeted in the interest of political expediency and displays of power.
Agree, but who wants a fair war?
I'm a soldier, I will take every advantage granted, and then some, to win.
That's like saying it's unfair to play the Cavs because they have LeBron James
Fair fights are for losers
Agree, but i believe if you're in a fair fight you're fighting wrong
War isn't "fair" as it is. But the more indiscriminate/civilian-targeted, torturous, and devastating in the long-term a weapon or method is, the more problematic it is.
You've been gone awhile.
Yes, at least a couple of months.
Wars are won by taking unfair advantage. Sun Tzu wrote a book about it.
This type of poll deserves a nuclear response for being stupid
Certainly Inconvenient but nothing is unfair in war.
If a Western Empire was unified before nukes became a thing the world would be much safer.
War is never fair.