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Death destruction and war torment the populations of many countries on this planet There is a cry for peace that must be heard and the leaders of the United States have heard it The United States military forces have intervened when their help was requested but what gives them the right to be the monitor for world peace In this paper I will show how the US has contributed to peace in the world illustrate why the United States should not act as a global peace enforcer but also show several benefits that there are in the role that the United States is playing Since the foundation of the United Nations UN the United States has been the strongest supporter for peace on this planet It has given more time effort money and manpower than any other nation to secure the safety of weaker nations When Korea was invaded by communist forces the United States offered to help the Koreans When the Korean government accepted the US moved their forces in Together with several other nations the United States was able to stop the communist advances but was never able to regain the territory that had been lost in the early stage of the war The US again lent their help in Asia when China invaded Vietnam This time though there was controversy in the United States The youth of America did not think that their army should have to go into the war since Vietnam never did ask for US intervention Throughout the course of the war the United States was never able to stop the Chines advanced and was forced to full its forces out before suffering a defeat In the early part of the 1990s conflict arose between Iraq and Kuwait over oil Saddam Hussein president of Iraq gave the order to invade Kuwait Within four hours Iraq took control of Kuwait and about one fourth of the worlds oil
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