Waging Peace Notes POLT 403W

Waging Peace Notes POLT 403W - Waging Peace: Choices and...

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Waging Peace: Choices and Consequences - Discuss the concepts of victory and military victory fit into the ethical issues raised by the authors in their policy perspectives o What are their policy perspectives? o What ethical issues do the authors pull? o How does victory and military victory fit into these ethical issues? “Victory occurs when a state achieves it goals. To the extent that it does achieve its goals defines the extent of the victory. Military victory does not describe victory in its entirety. Military victory is related to victory in a more general sense because it is the successful execution of diplomatic objectives, goals. However, it is imperative to have clear goals in order to determine victory or failure.” - “few people anticipated that the United States and its coalition partners would be unable to translate their military triumphs into durable peace settlements.” - Even after military victory, the US could not get Sadam Husseim to “adhere to UN resolutions that defined the terms of the Gulf War armistice, the truculent Iraqi leader
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