President Wilson proposed an international organization which compromised with all of the world’s nation’s representatives that would help cease any conflict from escalating. Henry Cabot Lodge did not agree with Wilson’s proposal. He tried to get senate
Another opposition with the Vietnam War was the political aspects of government in modern society. Although South Vietnam asked for our help, which we had previously promised, the entire conflict was drawn out on intervention rather than to bring a quick and decisive end to the conflict. War is the military 's sole purpose. Therefore, the U. S. Military should be allowed to conduct any war, conflict, or police action that it has been committed to without political interference or control because of the problems and hidden interests which are always present when dealing with
We may believe that Bush made a poor decision. However, what alternative did he have? What alternative does Obama have? If we simply say the threat is the fear of tyranny from a president swollen with power from foreign wars, we miss the perverse result our constitution has created. In no small measure, our fear of an overly powerful president waging war abroad has had the unintended result that the government has to become more powerful and intrusive because America will not resolve the constitutional issue.
In both cases the community or world as a whole must step in before things get too bad and stop both wars and contentions before they end up too widespread and large of a problem to fix. Basically, both war and contagions become very hard to overthrow once they effect a certain amount of people and spread to a certain amount of land. Both can not be escaped by indifference to the problem or hiding from it, these solutions work for a little while until the problems are too big to contain, and then it 's too late. People in the position to help would benefit more from stepping in and stopping both a war or a contagion right ways because not only does it cost less money but cost less lives if a smaller power is taken out before it can become large scale and
While Nixon talks about his policy and plan of action he states “For the future of peace, precipitate withdrawal would thus be a disaster of immense magnitude”. Nixon discredits any anti vietnam warriens by stating that if the US were to pull abruptly out of Vietnam instead of the intended result of ending the conflict that it would create a multitude of new conflicts and
This is because it gives the government the power to raise and keep an army during peacetime. I’m concerned because if the people do potentially become a threat due to the the Constitution, by rebelling, the government could use the army to suppress the people. The Constitution give the government the power to tax citizens. The national government’s laws are superior to the laws made by the states due to the supremacy clause, and it will only be a matter of time until the state governments are destroyed. The proper and necessary clause in the Constitution is too general, and is dangerous due to the fact that it doesn't list all the powers of government in order to put clear limits on them.
I agree with his agreement. If it is in our power to prevent something bad from happening, we should do it. But I do not agree with the fact that we are “obligated” to do it; meaning that if we do not do it, it is wrong. It is not wrong to not give to the needy, if one does not feel
In conclusion, it has been affirmed that the negative consequences outweigh any positives that the military budget cuts could have. The cuts to the military budget will affect military readiness; to confirm these effects, one con, one pro, and a plus one supporting the con were reviewed. The con was a review of cuts to the modernization of the military’s equipment, to include the lack of air power ability for the Marines as well as the continued use of antiquated Abram tanks. The pro was a forced look at some of the wasteful programs within the military, this gave some insight as to what programs should be cut to avoid wasted taxpayer money. Lastly, to further bolster the argument that military budget cuts will indeed affect military readiness more than anything, the pay and entitlement decreases for the Warfighters were reviewed.
Refugees don’t choose to lead this life but instead are forced to. And as stated above, there is a silver lining to accepting refugees. The least anybody can do is to show them love and kindness and help them build better lives for themselves in contrast to turning a blind eye and pretending that everything will eventually go back to normal. As it appears to be, the situation does not seem likely to decrease in the foreseeable future, and this short-term thinking of various impacts it may have on the country may lead to bigger and longer-term problems for the local economy. Keeping refugees outside the borders of the country appears to be more expensive in the long run than taking them in and thus intensifies the tab for taxpayers.
Therefore, the Nigerian government should attempt to reach a compromise with the Boko Haram group, so that the situation won’t get out of hand since military force is expensive and creates instability in the country since many soldiers began to abuse their power. Moreover, money invested in the military diverts the need to build educational institutions and develop a properly functioning economy which Nigeria