World War One may often be called "The War to End All Wars," but a more appropriate moniker may have been "The War That Never Ended." One hundred years after the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, the political crisis that lit the fires of global conflict in 1914, GlobalPost founder Charles Sennott joined Boston Public Radio to talk about countries where the legacy of that war still reverberates.

Hear more from Charles Sennott in the full interview on Boston Public Radio below.