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War Argument Introduction Throughout time mankind has had many conflicts with each other Be it of religious racial or cultural differences or a multitude of many other things war has almost always become the solution When looking back at the past it seems that war is inevitable whenever two or more competing parties do not agree with each other over a common solution The question at hand is whether or not war is the answer The current conflict that is taking place between the United States and Iraq is worthy of discussing because people believe that if a peaceful solution is not agreed upon our two countries and maybe others may engage in a war Now one must weigh the costs and the benefits that we the United States would endure if we were to go to war with Iraq Would it really be worth it for us to enter a full-scale war against them I will try to show you why we should or shouldnt go to war by using the Just War Theories model and assess these criteria of it Just Cause Last Resort Reasonable hope of success and Proportionality Normative Principle The country of the United States would be just by going to war with Iraq if the criteria of Just Cause Last Resort Reasonable hope of success Right Intention and Proportionality are met If one or more of these criteria are not met we should not involve ourselves in a war with Iraq One or more of these criteria are not met therefore it would not be just to involve ourselves in a war with Iraq Just Cause Just cause is the first of the many criteria in the Just War Theories It may also be the most important of all the criteria Most theorists hold that initiating acts of aggression is unjust and gives a group a just cause
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