NO A LA GUERRA... ¿a cuál de todas las que tienen lugar en estos momentos en todo el mundo?
As certain as death and taxes, war seems to be inevitable. Every minute, two people are killed in conflict. While many agree violence and bloodshed is a rash means to "solve" disputes, history proves aggressive attitudes thrive in hostile environments. Beyond the turmoil in Iraq, this BBC special looks at the bigger picture of why people go to war, focusing on 16 different conflicts being waged right now, from the perspective of 16 correspondents -- all in the span of one day. This global snapshot captures the immediacy of gun-wielding lawlessness in Mogadishu, guerilla warfare in the southern Philippines, political wars in Colombia, and the "secret war" of Laos. In each firsthand account, you'll find that war is not just a battle with an eternal enemy, but also a fight against our basic instincts.