War with Iraq Argumentative Essay by Master Researcher

War with Iraq
An argument against the U.S. going to war with Iraq.
# 36840 | 650 words | 3 sources | MLA | 2002 | US
Published on Oct 21, 2003 in Political Science (U.S.) , Hot Topics (Terror and 9/11) , Hot Topics (Iraq Wars)

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This paper presents arguments based on the U.S. state of affairs, its diplomatic ties and its national policy, to back up the statement that 'The United States should not go to war with Iraq'. The writer looks at the absurdity of going to war with Iraq as well, and points out the futility of current operations in Afghanistan.

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From the Paper:

"Even if we were to take on Iraq, in our assumed notion that it is a threat to the democratic world there must be a solution that would not entail annihilating thousands of innocent civilians. If we do believe in the act or decision of a war with Iraq, then we should certainly gear up for a war with North Korea, Russia, Iran and China. These countries too are famous for supporting terrorism, and running dictatorial regimes, in contradiction of the internationally accepted democratic norms. (Lloyd, 2002) Iran for instance has been known to have harbored Muslim extremists like the leader Khamenei who promote the groups HAMAS, the Palestine Islamic Jihad, and the PFLP-GC. If going to war with Iraq were justified, then so would be going to war against Iran and a handful of other countries."

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