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Will Wars bring Peace: A Debate on Convince of Heart and Description of Reality?
Most of the times, War does not bring peace, But in some cases, War can bring peace, For example Hilter and the Nazis. They were doin pretty naughty things, But when the allies retaliated, They brought peace and even gave a country to some leftover jews. This way, Neither jews nor gays were killed anymore. War will always cause peace in the end no matter how many lives have been taken. If another person such like Hitler rises into power again, How would we stop him? We can't talk to the evil person to just stand down, We would need to start a war to overthrow the government.
If the United States is serious about removing the sources of anti-American terrorism, then at some stage Washington will have to tackle the conflict in Kashmir. At present this is the last thing American officials want to do. They have enough on their plate in Afghanistan. A strong behind-the-scenes American diplomatic initiative needs to begin now, because the context created by the campaign in Afghanistan offers unique opportunities, as well as great dangers, in India and Pakistan. One of the chief dangers is presented by the Jaish-e-Muhammad, the leading Islamist force active in Kashmir.
The 20th century was the most murderous in recorded history. Taken as having begun in , it was a century of almost unbroken war, with few and brief periods without organised armed conflict somewhere. It was dominated by world wars: that is to say, by wars between territorial states or alliances of states. The period from to can be regarded as a single "30 years' war" interrupted only by a pause in the s - between the final withdrawal of the Japanese from the Soviet Far East in and the attack on Manchuria in This was followed, almost immediately, by some 40 years of cold war, which conformed to Hobbes's definition of war as consisting "not in battle only or the act of fighting, but in a tract of time wherein the will to contend by battle is sufficiently known".
War can bring peace. Most of the times, War does not bring peace, But in some cases, War can bring peace, For example Hilter and the Nazis. They were doin.
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Our military presence in Afghanistan and our aggressive policies around the globe have seriously disrupted the enemy. Through a mix of military and paramilitary action, pre-emptive strikes, deterrent threats and surveillance we have captured many terrorist leaders, destroyed training camps and structures of communication and control, and uncovered valuable intelligence troves. Some maintain that such offensive action feeds resentment and spawns more terrorism. But if aggression can create resentment, passivity and defensiveness can inspire contempt. Going forward, we should more vigorously embrace technology as a tool for taking the fight to the Islamic terrorists. The same technological changes that help terrorists plot to deliver weapons of mass destruction, including low-cost information and communication over the Internet, also make it easier for the government to monitor and pre-empt terrorist plots. Libertarians overreact to the new technology, stoking fears of an Orwellian surveillance state.
War is not a civilized or a dignified way to get hold of right. Because in wars national development is arrested, education, economy and technology left backward, leaders become cruel and unjust, military is too expensive and humans become victims. India and Pakistan, two neighbouring country, are locked in an unending terrain of stalemate to foster and further the political conveniences. At this pretext they indulged in eventual wars, conflicts and military standoffs. Resultantly, both countries have to face dismal national development in terms of educational, economic and technological backwardness. The fiscal resources have been misused in the form of expensive military systems and procurements, unexpected human crisis compensatory exigencies. Even common people have been pushed in to the arena of social insecurity.