What is your question?

Question: What's your question?

Philippe Cayla: It's a difficult question. I think the main issue with people would be nationalist or … in fact. Because I see it in Europe, but I think it's everywhere in the world. If you're sure … If you look at history after the Second World War, there has been a lot of international ventures like the United Nations that would … a lot of things, and the European Union. And they were developing a way of solidarity and …. The man goal was to avoid war and to create peace. But now peace seems to be so much a habit in some sense, at least in Europe and some Asian countries, that nationalism is rising up everywhere at the expense of understanding the others. And so I think the main question people should ask to themselves when they are angry against another nation is, “Am I right, or are they right?"

Recorded on: 7/2/07

 

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