The Five Differences About The Causes Of War

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BODY OF ASSIGNMENT There are five differences of about the causes of war in the strategic studies which is instinctive versus Learned Behaviour, Immediate versus Underlying Causes, Efficient versus Permissive Causes, Conscious versus Unconcious Motivates for War, and Necessary and Sufficient Causes of War. In concepts of immediate causes the tragedy that may caused of the tigger wars and may be trivial, even accidental. For example, the trigger of the First World War the Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand was been killed after his visiting Sarajevo in 1914 and being driven in open car. The death of the Archduke was a tragedy during 1914. However, Europe was already divided by Hostile Alliance System, tensions were rising and the arms race was under way. Even without the assasination of the Archduke Franz Ferdinand there will be other and later on something else with…show more content…
'The bckground conditions appear already so war prone that the particular path through which the actual war broke out seems only to have been one of a number of alternative routes through which a war like that could have been brought about '- Suganami(1996:195). In context of the underlying causes they emphasis the structural interpretation in the with the importance ofmthe international Circumstances rather than delibrates the policy of the states in the causing of wars. It suggest to the statesmen are not always in control of any events and find themselves caught up in a process which, despite their best intentions, pushes to the war. For example, The Gulf War, Saddam Hussein 's decisions to seize the territory in Kuwait and the decisions on the Western government not to allow him to get away with for the

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