Genocide or State Sanctioned Mass Murder do we Intervene

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Genocide or State Sanctioned Mass Murder do we intervene? 1070 Pols 285 Radasanu April 30, 2007
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1 When ever the topic of humanitarian intervention is brought up one word hits almost every persons lips “America.” why is this? Why should America be responsible for the worlds problems, there are plenty of other states especially in Europe that can step up and say or do things too. In this paper I plan to go over the goals for military intervention, along with what the international criminal court actual does or have the right to do. Then I will go through some other countries that believe the international criminal court should have the right to decide on such matters, finally I will state my arguments. What is military intervention and what is humanitarian intervention, military intervention is the use of force by armies against our enemies. While humanitarian intervention is the use of force by foreigners to protect the people of that sovereign state from violence brought on to them by there fellow citizens or governments. The goal of a humanitarian intervention is never to go in and wage war, the main goal is go in and protect those who are being harmed and find a way to stop the offenders against these people. Then when all things have calmed down and peace has been restored to a point all foreign troops should withdraw. Even though many times we agree that intervention is
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