Appeasement DA 2 - Michigan7 2013


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Unformatted text preview: nderstood as the ¶ continuation of politics by other means. Our adoption of severe remedies short of declared conflict must be seen as an extension of diplomatic instruments to realize our strategic goals. Power must be employed to further diplomatic goals.¶ Sanctions and criminal legal proceedings make up part of our arsenal . These initial steps can build international support for more draconian measures. Offensive military operations and other measures short of war are our best defense for peace and continued security. They represent political warfare, provided , of course, that the United States has the tenacity and wherewithal to complete them once begun.¶ By backing away from realistic approaches we will demonstrate to our opponents that they can oppose us without cost. Our allies will take note and go their own way . This turn of events will cause still further problems down the road. If the forces of global disorder come to dominate the world scene, the human condition will be degraded, producing fertile so...
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