Iraq and Darfur
This paper looks at similarities and differences regarding Iraq and Darfur and discusses the limits of international organizations.
# 84182 | 3,375 words | 6 sources | 2005 |
Published on Dec 01, 2005 in Hot Topics (Terror and 9/11) , International Relations (General) , Political Science (General)
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This paper explores two major international situations - Iraq and Darfur - that necessitate (or necessitated) international intervention and looks at the differences or similarities between them. This paper also comments upon the impotence of the United Nations to affect meaningful change in various 'hot spots' throughout the world - either because of corruption or the difficulty that arises from trying to achieve a consensus among various nations on various issues.
From the Paper:"The United States - led intervention in Iraq sparked possibly more international debate than any diplomatic foray of recent years. Supporters of the U.S. action praised it as a bold effort to free a people from tyranny and protect America from further terrorist harm. Critics, on the other hand, interpreted the invasion of Iraq as little more than an imperialist oil-grab and a disingenuous assault that did nothing to bolster America's security. In recent months, the debate surrounding the appropriate time, place and measure of international intervention has seen a new international crisis that makes the discussion all the more pressing and important."
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