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Peacekeeping is more than you really think When you think of peacekeeping you think of everyone getting along with no problems It is more than that much more People die to keep the peace People spend their lives trying to keep the peace This entire country tries to keep the peace but yet it is still not all there and there is nothing we can do except to continue what we have done in the past The United States is the most powerful country in the world and we basically decide what goes on in it With this kind of power the US can do whatever they need to do to keep the peace and this is what they do and there is no other country in the world that can interfere with it or we will crush them I chose to write this research paper on the most intricate peacekeeping mission that I could find and where the US military does what I believe they should do These missions which began in April 1991 play a very important role in the Middle Eastern and American relations in these countries The mission is rightfully titled UNIKOM or United Nations Iraq Kuwait Observation Mission UNIKOM was established by Security Council resolution 689 and forced the withdrawal of Iraqi forces from the territory of Kuwait UNIKOM At the time Iraq had invaded Kuwait and was trying to completely take over the territory but the US allies to Kuwait decided to interfere hoping that this would stop the small war and bring peace to the Middle East Encarta The main reason that this debate has arisen is because Iraq and the Iraqi people are ruled by a brutal dictator that does not show compassion for the people and that the people of Iraq have not had enough good scene to overthrow him allowing him to continue his path of terror When he decided to invade Kuwait his people
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