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Lecture 14: Debating the Iraq War INTA 2030: Ethics and International Affairs 4/4/2011
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What is the relation between statehood and  warfare, according to the Stanford encyclopedia of  Philosophy? A: Wars can occur between states and non-political  communities B: States are formed by groups that think of themselves  as peoples, so all wars are between peoples C: States are the machinery of governance, and all  warfare is ultimately about governance  Correct
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Requirements for  Jus ad Bellum 1. Just Cause 1. Right intention 1. Proper authority 1. Last resort 1. Probability of success 1. Proportionality
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The 1991 Gulf War The Gulf War terminated in April, 1991 The war was followed by 12 years of a U.S. and  allied containment policy toward Iraq UN approved economic sanctions U.S. and U.K. enforced “no-fly” zones in Kurdish and  Shiite regions UN mandated inspections looking for Iraqi NBC weapons
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What, in your opinion, was the primary motive for  the 2003 U.S. attack on Iraq?  A: Because it wanted to control Iraq’s oil resources
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