It seems to me that most wars in the history of the world have been started by men, with a few exceptions (but no recent exceptions that I can think of). And no, this thread is not a blatant attempt to be sexist. If you can prove me wrong then by all means go for it. Based on my understanding of history, and research of past wars, I'd say 90% (or more) of wars were started by men. Do you think men are inherently more likely to go to war as part of their nature? OR... Do you think it has to do with the fact that woman were rarely allowed positions of power in most of history? Since they never had the power to start a war, they didn't? Thoughts?