How does laundry get done in Sarajevo? What do the generals of the Angolan army eat for lunch? Could Marlboro save the United Nations? In an irreverent look into the logic behind war, COLORS asks these and other unusual questions. A hundred pages of thought-provoking photos and thorough research conclude with some audacious ideas for peace. Could the multinationals that control the modern media use their massive advertising budgets to sell peace? Only if they can turn a profit. Colors comes up with some marketing strategies so strange they could actually work.