King George III did not had any right to punish or treat them that way, which is why colonists felt oppressed by the government and saw the injustice which is why this war can be justified as a self-defense war. This is an example just like the U.S. and Afghanistan war. The 9/11 attack in 2001 was a terrorist attack against The United States. After this, this country felt really insecure since then; it had a lot of enemies that were planning to attack more times. After the attack, when the twin towers were destroyed, the United States notices that Afghanistan was helping the guys against them; they were providing refuge for terrorists.
For this time, US fully supported Israel to fight against their neighboring small states, Arab. As a result, Arab was lost and Israel. The above series of wars on different areas in the world was permitted by the US Congress. The loser of Arab was the indirect enemy of US because US helped their direct enemy, Israel. It was unfair that US only support the Israel and their assistance lead to Arab lost battle.
As Foster (2006) analyzed, on account that the transitional government were not entitled to sign any long term oil contracts, the US government had to strengthen its geopolitical influence in the region. Expectedly, the US’ privatization of the Iraqi oil enterprises after a year denotes the promulgation of neoliberal economic model in Iraq, which guarantees the US’ economic benefit acquired from the oil trade (Foster, 2006). Seeing that the war in Iraq and the privatization of Iraqi oil corporates occurred chronologically, one cannot help but wonder if the US plotted to disguise its bona fide, yet unscrupulous, conspiracy by waging its war on terrorism in the Middle East. As priorly mentioned, detailing the military to maneuver the other country for economic benefits is one of the perquisites to imperialist regime. In the aforementioned warfare, the US not only sent its army to legitimize its sovereignty over Afghanistan and Iraq, but it also conspired to take democratization as an excuse to uncover its real intention of gaining profit.
The official reason for the war was to protect the Iraqi population as well as the world against Saddam Hussein But the actual reason was Oil. “You depend on our protection yet you feed us lies from the tablecloth” is saying that they want the soldiers to fight but they gave them a lie rather than truth to fight for. The government had faked satellite pictures and gave “proof” that justified the war and the soldiers not knowing better followed their orders without
Most of those wars are to impose the powers of other in alive of the greater good. The war in Iraq was no different. Innocent soldiers were sent to a foreing line to protect the "liberty" of the country. They were supposed to find weapons of mass destruction that were never found at all. The ambient was hostile as many of the population of that country did not welcome the invasion of their territory and assassination of their citizens, The murders of innocent people was a casualty that both sides of the war had to endure.
Because of his religious beliefs, he believed Afghanistan and the surrounding countries should adopt an Islamic regime, not a communist one. When Bin Laden got word of this invasion, he did everything he could to prevent it. Initially, the US did not want to help Afghanistan or get involved in its war. When the Soviet Union started sending troops to Afghanistan the US finally realized they couldn’t let the Soviet Union take over Afghanistan and increase the spread of
“It is a war of fundamentalism against faiths of all kinds that are at peace with freedom and modernity,” New York Time described the cause of Iran–Iraq War. Additionally, when religious dominate the military, the conflict is much easier to cause, such as most of the solider in the army are believers. When others profane their belief, they will cause conflict and eventually cause wars. Take Indian Rebellion for example. The direct spark of this war is that England colonist focuses the Hinduism solider use bullets that cover with
We only used a small special operations footprint and managed not to deploy thousands of conventional forces. Then we abandoned the RMA concept, and went purely conventional in both Afghanistan and Iraq. This could have occurred for a myriad of reasons, some of which are highlighted in Donald Skuskind’s book, “The 1% Doctrine”. It is my understanding that our protracted war in Afghanistan and Iraq has created more instability and more terrorist groups than existed 16 years ago. Due to our inability to nest the mission of the Department of State with the capabilities of the Department of Defense, we made catastrophic mistakes that subsequently jeopardize the
Invading Iraq in response to the determination of the continued Weapons of Mass Destruction programs in 2003 resulting from intelligence received by human intelligence sources. The specific cause that led to the initial determination to invade was the belief that Iraq maintained a Weapons of Mass Destruction programs and that it had links to Terror groups. The Iraq war had resulted in thousands dead and a resulting in an unstable nation. Inquiries post-invasion revealed critical flaws within the intelligence collected. Much of the information provided to the Central Intelligence Agency along with the National Security Council from Human Intelligence proved to be incorrect.
This research paper assesses the Arab-Israeli conflict and the other major players that were involved in the conflict though on the outside. These outside actors include Great Britain, the United States, the European Union (EU), the Soviet Union (until 1992), Russia (from 1992 onwards), or the United Nations (UN). The paper in particular assesses the role of the United States as a case study. It states the United States involvement in the conflict as an external actor, whether it had a positive or negative impact on the conflict and also a clear cut explanation of the negative and positive impact. Introduction Before 1948, there was no Israeli state and Israelis were dispersed all over Europe and the Arab States.