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The Forms of Human Aggression in the Iraq war
This essay discusses about various forms of aggression used in the Iraq war. Therefore the paper starts by defining Human aggression and looking at how it was applied i.e. in self defense by Americans, Arabic defensive aggression, Aggression for controlling Iraq oil reserves e.t.c
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Table of contents
1.0 INTRODUCTION 1
1.1 THE GENESIS OF THE IRAQ WAR 2
1.2 AMERICA’S AGGRESSION IN SELF DEFENSE 3
1.3 THE DEFENSIVE ARAB AGGRESSION IN IRAQ 4
1.4 INSTRUMENTAL AGGRESSION FOR CONTROL OF IRAQI OIL RESERVES 6
1.5 THE TERRITORIAL AGGRESSION IN IRAQ 8
1.6 CONCLUSION 9
1.7 REFERENCES 9
Preview of the essay: The Forms of Human Aggression in the Iraq war
Aggression in international law is the use of force by one State against another that is not justified by self-defense or other legal exceptions. The illegality of aggression is a very fundamental norm of modern international law whose prevention is the chief purpose of the establishment of the United Nations. Before the United Nations, the League of Nations made the prevention of aggression its central aim. Human aggression on the other can be defined as a mode of behavior characterized by the willful intention of inflicting pain on another individual emanating from a varied range of underlying unresolved issues between the persons concerned.
Aggression is not a simple, single grouping of behavior but a series of interlinked behavioral traits that combine to cause hate or anger against a person or a group of people. More generally aggressive behavior form part ...
... while plundering its resources and changing its regime to exert its influence and manipulate the Arab League.
Use any eventual victory in Iraq to threaten Syria, Lebanon and other Arab nations with a view to forcing them to accept American-Israeli expansionist policies aimed at drawing up a new geopolitical map for the Middle East in a manner that ensures full American control of Arab oil resources and ensure a state of supremacy for Israel in the region.
The Arab world is therefore convinced that their territory is threatened and that they must rise up in arms to ensure the defeat of America in this territorial onslaught. This therefore indicates that the current Islamic resistant is a matter of life and death that the Arab world is not willing to give up.
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