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I'm gonna ask and try to answer somebody's kind of uncomfortable question. Both civilians, obviously, and soldiers suffer in war. I don't think any civilian has ever missed the war that they were subjected to, and I've been covering wars for almost 20 years. One of the remarkable things for me is how many soldiers find themselves missing it. How is it that someone can go through the worst experience imaginable and come back home to their family, their country, and miss the war? How does that work? What does it mean? We have to answer that question because if we don't, it'll be impossible to bring soldiers back to a place in society where they belong. Additionally, I think it'll be impossible to stop war if we don't understand how that mechanism works. The problem is that war does not have one simple, neat truth. Any sane person hates war, hates the idea of war, and wouldn't want to have anything to do with it. A sane response to war is not wanting to be near it or know about it. However, if I asked all of you in this room who here is paid money to go to a cinema and be entertained by a Hollywood war movie, most of you would probably raise your hands. That's what's so complicated about war. Trust me, if a room full of peace-loving people find something compelling about war, so do 20-year-old soldiers who have been trained in it. I promise you, that's the thing that has to be understood. I covered war for about 20 years, as I said, but my most intense experiences in combat were with American soldiers in Afghanistan. I've been in Africa, the Middle East, and Afghanistan in the 90s, but it was with American soldiers in 2007-2008...