Although the experiences that Yoshitaka and the other civilians experienced in Hiroshima were unpleasant and awful, the atomic bomb had its positive side, which was that it was the only way in which Japan was able to surrender. Japan showed a great fight and they would not surrender for their country. The United States also decided to drop the bomb because they did not want any more Americans to lose their lives in another combat. Lastly, the most important reason U.S. actions were positive is because of the defeat of the Nazi’s in Europe. The Nazi’s were treating Jews terribly.
Even after losing the battle, American forces gained confidence to become stronger. The battle of Bunker Hill provided encouragement for the colonists and helped Americans gain independence. It helped the colonists send a clear message to the British that they were able to stand tall and strengthen their colonies to fight for their freedom. This battle was a very significant event in the Revolutionary War and had a direct affect on the outcome of the war and our history. Despite their loss, the inexperienced colonial forces inflicted considerable casualties against the invading British, and the battle provided them with an important confidence boost.
Even the Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Muhammad said that the whole Muslim community are treated with contempt and dishonor by the US with denigrated religion, desecrated holy place and occupied Muslim's land. All Muslims were suffering 'oppression and humiliation' with their religion accused of promoting terrorism . In result that anti-Americanism is not about Arabs’ saying, however it spread to other counties. The emergence of anti-Americanism also appears in response to an anti-Islam video, allegedly produced by a bigoted Coptic Christian living in the United States. The film is about 14 minutes trailer titled Innocence of Muslims, the movie depicts the Prophet Muhammad in what Muslims say is a derogatory manner.
A treacherous race of terror started soon after the decision was materialized. Some critics are of the opinion that Japanese were ready to surrender and that the decision of dropping atomic bombs was utterly pointless. Militarists view it as discrimination on the basis of ethnicity as no such violent act has ever been committed against white people. On the other hand, the diplomats of America had clandestine objectives. In order to contain the Soviets, the atomic bomb was used to deliver a message that they should not underestimate the Americans, who are capable of defending themselves and can go to any extent in order to preserve their sovereignty.
Their main desire was considered the Holy Land, Palestine. According to all of the perspectives it is promised to both of the sides and their aspiration became not a little less as time passed. After the outbreak in numerous immigration into Palestine from the Zionists and Jewish the United Nations Partition Plan was introduced in order to prevent the conflict set between the Zionists and Jewish who desperately were fighting for their ‘promised land’. Instead of acting democratically and letting people decide as they wish, the United Nations decided to use the medieval modus operandi and divide the land. The final advocate was to give away 55% of Palestine to the Jewish, notwithstanding the fact that they occupied 30% of the population and possessed 7% of the land.
Bernard Brodie, in his seminal chapters on nuclear strategy in The Absolute Weapon in 1946, made the expectation of ‘‘huge devastation of peoples and territories’’ one of the central tenets of deterrence. And this strategy is still being used and the case of Arab countries can be used as an example Civilians and public infrastructures are being destroyed to gain power. Nuclear deterrence is not really effective as civil attack is unacceptable according to the UN charter and is military crime.Futhermore deterrence creates a situation of resistance rather than peace. And finally nuclear deterrence has relied on what today might be called a ‘‘shock and awe’ ’strategy: destroying cities in order to manipulate consequences of a
This was seen as a major threat to the citizens of America thus fuelling a war. This is where the first acts of secessionism was witnessed and therefore carried out in many other states. Kashmir also known as Jammu is a country in the extreme north of the Indian
It plays a vital role to get the favorable public opinion both at home and abroad. 15. Armed forces must have the backing of the nation before going to war and media plays a very effective role in this regard. Operational secrecy in modern limited wars now requires active connivance of the media. Media can serve as a force multiplier and should be used to its full potentials.
Since the events of 9/11, the US declared itself as fighting a global war against terror and has since developed various policies and laws meant to prevent the recurrence of such attacks on its homeland. Similarly, the US has pursued the perceived terror groups in various countries like Afghanistan to rid the world entirely of the influence of terror organizations. This way, it has been seen as acting as a policeman to the world. Further, efforts by the US to prevent the development of nuclear weapon by other countries such as North Korea have been largely seen by many as the US playing its role of being a policeman of the world. According to the US government, it is important to prevent the proliferation of nuclear and chemical weapon because of their destructive nature and the likelihood of such weapons finding their way into the hands of tyrannical regimes and terror groups which could use them to wage war on the US and the entire world.
Since September 11, 2001 the United States has been at war against an evil and elusive enemy. This war has necessary conventional elements of military action, but it will not be “won” in any conventional military sense. At bottom, the war against terrorism is a political struggle and it will require a diverse array of offensive and defensive tactics, blending hard and soft instruments of power over a prolonged period of time (Diamond, n.d.). After 9/11 we have been in many battles when it comes to the war on terror. The way we approach these battles with a strategy and the tactics to execute during battle is key when it comes to war and battle in order to win and stop this enemy.