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    The 2003 US invasion of Iraq will remain a disputed topic in history. The subject of “should we or shouldn’t we have gone to war” is still a popular discussion because of how controversial the decision was and how we continue to experience the ripple effect as a result to the invasion by the number of people who are still dying in warfare. The decision to for the US to invade Iraq can be of example to how political systems and even nations can fail under the pressures of Groupthink Theory, whether

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    Iraq Invasion of Kuwait vs US Iraq War

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    Iraq Invasion of Kuwait vs U.S Iraq War Iraq and Kuwait have a long history; Kuwait played a huge part in the Iran-Iraq war, mostly financially. Open warfare began on September 22, 1980; Iraq claimed Iran shelled a number of border posts on September 4, 1980. Kuwait funded Iraq during the Iraq-Iran war, which caused tension between the two nations when Iraq couldn’t pay the $14 billion dollars back to Kuwait when it was time to settle their debt. The Iraqi government asked Kuwait to forgive the

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    the American government plans and executes foreign and domestic affairs .This paper will be elaborating on how the Constitution establishes checks and balances that enable three branches to work with one another through the examination of the 2003 Iraq invasion that was executed based on the Carter Doctrine. In order for democracy in the United States to be properly controlled it requires a lot of checks and balances hence the three branches in our government system. The Constitution establishes the

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    Proficiency of People Before and After War

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    wars; the gulf war and the 2003 invasion of Iraq. The gulf war (also referred to as Persian Gulf War or Kuwait War) was a war involving military combat between Iraq and coalition forces led by United States (Hutchinson 19). Dubbed operation desert storm, the gulf war lasted from August 2, 1990 to February 28, 1991. It was one of the deadliest wars of the decade resulting into deaths of over 1,000 Kuwait civilians and 480 coalition forces. Even though the exact number of Iraq fatalities is not known

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    Iraq War

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    inspectors inside Iraq were able to verify the destruction of a large amount of WMD-material, but substantial issues remained unresolved after they left Iraq in 1998 due to current UNSCOM head Richard Butler's belief that U.S. and U.K. military action was imminent. Shortly after the inspectors withdrew, the U.S. and U.K. launched a four-day bombing campaign. In addition to the inspection regimen, the U.S. and U.K (along with France until 1998) engaged in a low-level conflict with Iraq by enforcing northern

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    The Invasion of Iraq was Illegal

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    argument that has been brought up by others who believe the invasion of Iraq was illegal. However, the failed diplomatic policies of the United States are what led to the failed invasion of Iraq. George W. Bush sent an invasion to Iraq with only Congress approving his “Authorization for Use of Military Force Against Iraq Resolution of 2002”. However, he did not have the authorization he needed from the United Nations, therefore, the invasion of Iraq was illegal. It is true that Saddam Hussein was killing

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    The Legality of the US Invasion of Iraq

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    In early 2003, the threat of Saddam Hussein and the possibility of weapons of mass destruction in Iraq captured the attention and concern of the world. One nation decided to illegally act on these unsubstantiated claims, invading the country, violating the UN Charter and breaking several international laws in the process. The penalizations that were subject to the invading country, the United States, were never carried out. The United State’s role and influence over the UN and the Security Council

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    Iraq War Causes

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    The Iraq war began on March 20, 2003 with the invasion of Iraq known as “Iraqi Freedom Operation” by a coalition led by the United States, under the leadership of President George W. Bush against the Baath Party and the regime of Saddam Hussein. This invasion led to the rapid defeat of the Iraqi Army and resulted in the capture and execution of Saddam Hussein. Although the main goal of toppling the Saddam regime was fulfilled, violence continued, leading to proxy warfare between the U.S military

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    Iraqs War

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    with Iraq and declared that their goal was to end the dictatorship of Saddam Hussein, and insisted that Iraq be disarmed of mass destruction weapons. In early 2002, the Bush administration announced that it considered Iraq to be part of an “axis of evil.” Though United Nations arms inspections made increasing progress after their return in November and a large Security Council majority insisted that the inspections continue, United States invaded Iraq in alliance with Britain on March 20, 2003. The

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    The Effects of Reagan and Bush’s Policies in El Salvador and Iraq United States foreign policy, since the Cold War, has been driven by ideology: good versus evil, capitalism versus communism, and democracy versus totalitarianism. America’s foreign policy objective from 1945 to 1991 was to contain communism, prompting Cold War calculus – the enemy of your enemy is your friend. The United States, following Cold War calculus, allied with unscrupulous leaders opposed to communism, like the Somoza

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