I think we are but I honestly think it will be climate change that will end up driving any big future conflicts. Large parts of the US might be in denial, I’m not sure if that is ignorance, short term greed or a mixture of both but I’ll side with the 99% of climate scientists. I’ve no skin in the game as I don’t have kids and don’t plan on having any but I feel for people having kids now and seeing very little to nothing being done to get control of it. TBH unless we can mature as a species and quickly (something I very much doubt) then perhaps a huge decline in human population is the best thing that can happen for the planet and it’s other species. It’s just not going to be a pleasant experience for future generations as sea levels rise, extreme weather patterns become more common and famines/water shortages strike. 20 years ago I was slightly envious of future generations, the way tech was progressing and the possibilities of exploring the solar system. Now I think the outlook over the next 50 years is bleak. Then shorterm we have the rise of authoritarian regimes. Russia sabre rattling with its eyes on regaining lost territory and dividing the West. China becoming more and more a power house and its hunger for more and more resources. These are perilous times and sadly we lack the leadership who are up to the task. Fingers crossed that changes and soon.