Clinton, Gandhi & the Invasion of Iraq Analytical Essay by Master Researcher

Clinton, Gandhi & the Invasion of Iraq
A discussion regarding Bill Clinton and Mohandas Gandhi's perspectives on the invasion of Iraq.
# 88840 | 900 words | 2 sources | 2006 | US

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This paper examines the Bush Administration's invasion and occupation of Iraq from the perspectives of Bill Clinton and Mohandas Gandhi indicating that neither of them would have initiated a preemptive war under such unjustified circumstances. The paper further discusses that Gandhi's advocacy of non-violence would have precluded him from even considering military action, while President Clinton's energetic advocacy of diplomacy and negotiation in the Middle East confirmed that he considered the use of military force to be a last resort, justified only by an immediate threat to American national security.

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