Permanent war, especially if against some kind of space aliens, Bug-Eyed Monsters etc. seems a common predicament of many science fiction novels. The most famous example is probably Joe Haldeman's The Forever War.

The idea of permanent war as the probable foundation of a society was first made popular by George Orwell in the milestone dystopia Nineteen Eighty-Four.

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