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  • Name Iraq
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    IRAQ - VERY INTERESTING - DID YOU KNOW? 1 The garden of Eden was in Iraq. 2. Mesopotamia, which is now Iraq, was the cradle of civilization! 3. Noah built the ark in Iraq. 4. The Tower of Babel was in Iraq 5. Abraham was from Ur, which is in Southern Iraq! 6. Isaac's wife Rebekah is from Nah or, which is in Iraq. 7. Jacob met Rachel in Iraq. 8. Jonah preached in Nineveh - which! is in Iraq. 9. Assyria, which is in Iraq, conquered the ten tribes of Israel. 10. Amos cried out in Iraq! 11. Babylon,...
  • Case Of The Iraq War The Media
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    1. Although most journalists would state that their main objective in reporting on a story is to maintain impartial, this with the onset of cable news stations as well as the internet has become increasingly rare. Cable news stations such as CNN and FOX news are increasingly influenced by the politicians and corporations which control most of their funding. As Michael Moore states in his documentary " Fahrenheit 9/11", which ironically is another good example of bias in the media, the man in cha...
  • Sanctions And Bombing Iraq
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    Speaker: An Iraqi student in the U.S. Crowd: Senators and University professors Situation: Madeline Albright just gave a speech about U.S. foreign policy / relations Imagine the fear of not knowing how your parents and little sister are doing back home. Imagine the shock of finding out your little sister is dying because there were no medicines available for her treatment. Imagine the sorrow you feel when you go back home and find your hometown in ruins and not anymore as beautiful, modern and s...
  • Historical Location In Iraq
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    Iraq The country of Iraq has weathered many hardships over the past few decades. An eight-year war over territory with Iran began in 1980. Soon after, in 1990, Iraq invaded the country of Kuwait, which led to the Gulf War. Then, after twelve years of not complying with the UN Security Council over weapons of mass destruction, Iraq was invaded by the United States in March of 2003. A consequence of Iraq's rocky past is an unstable government. Several countries, including the U.S. are currently pr...
  • Democracy In Iraq
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    Democracy in Iraq The date is March 20, 2003; American forces enter Iraq in the form of air strikes over the capital city of Baghdad. The night sky lights up from anti-aircraft fire from Iraqi sites. The echoing sound of bombs and heavy explosions tremble in the night sky that knew of silence just decades ago. Now eighteen months have pasted, the regime is overthrown, and over one thousand American soldiers have lost their lives in the battle for Democracy in the Middle East. Everyday the number...
  • Military And Political Conflict With Iraq
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    It seems that our world has lost rational reference points of development. Shift in national priorities that balanced foreign affairs in the modern world took place with the beginning of active phase of U.S. war against Iraq. Undoubtedly, the modern world faced the most serious crisis of political system. From the middle of 80's politicians started to notice that the United States incline to the authoritative methods of government and command-administrative methods of problem solving. It resulte...
  • Its Identity With The Mother Iraq
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    Iraqi Organizations The Iraqi National Congress-An opposition group of various political organizations that oppose the "brutal regime" of Saddam Hussein. Its main focus is to get Hussein out of office and take control of Iraq. Established in 1992, it represents the basic pluralistic nature of Iraqi society. They have many contacts on the inside and will most likely take over when Saddam is removed from office. Worker-Communist Party of Iraq-Essentially, they believe that Communism should exist a...
  • War San Jose Mercury News Powell
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    P) - Secretary of State Colin Powell, relying on a stream of U.S. intelligence, urged the U.N. Security Council on Wednesday to move against Saddam Hussein because Iraq has failed to disarm, harbors terrorists and hides behind a "web of lies". His extraordinary presentation in the packed council chamber included satellite photographs, intercepted conversations between senior Iraqi officers and statements from informants that could make or break support for going to war to disarm Iraq. More... Al...
  • Iraq's Possession Of Chemical And Biological Weapons
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    The United States could not have stood idly by while the proletariat's suffered under the vindictive Iraqi regime. The coalition's invasion of Iraq was justified. Iraq brings suffering upon its own people. Hundreds of thousands died unnatural deaths as an outcome of Saddam's actions. Many of these were Shi'a Muslims. Although they represent the majority of the population they are banned from practicing many of the pillars of their religion. (Life Under Saddam Hussein) The brutal oppression of th...
  • United Nations Security Council Resolution
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    U.S. History The War in Iraq Since the end of the Gulf War of 1991, Iraq's relations with the United States remained poor. In the absence of a Security Council agreement that Iraq had fully complied with the terms of the Persian Gulf War ceasefire, both the United Nations and the United States enforced numerous economic sanctions against Iraq throughout the Clinton administration, and the United States and the United Kingdom patrolled Iraqi airspace to enforce Iraqi no-fly zones that they had de...
  • Saddam In The Iran Iraq War
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    Imagine a stranger invading your home and forcing you to do something against your will. What if they aggressively tried to change your standard of living to fit their morals? This type of imperialistic belief affects our world today although many Americans do not see it that way. The event I am referring to, of course, is the process of introducing Democracy to Iraq. Some may support this effort enforced by the Bush Administration. I can understand that the United States government wants Iraq t...
  • Hussein's Iraq
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    AP Government Reaction Paper: The Invasion of Iraq When it comes to which sets of facts that I think sparked the invasion of Iraq, it would have to be the conclusion that I derived from the Frontline film. Throughout the movie, it's constantly reiterated that the war's most crucial information came from the leader of the INS or Iraqi National Congress. This man's name was Mr. Chalabi. He was a long time exile of Iraq and was highly used to gather the current and best information on Saddam Hussei...
  • Un Weapons Inspector Into The Nation
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    The topic I choose was Iraq and its past and still ongoing problems with the United Nations. The reason I choose this topic as oppose to another topic is war and the United Nations has always fascinated me. With Saddam Hussein still being stubborn with UN weapons inspectors it was incredibly easy to obtain information regarding this topic. The Los Angles Times; California; Feb 12 2000; The newest article I attained was from the February 12 edition of the Los Angles Times. It was entitled "Compro...
  • Theory Of Neo Realism
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    Neo-realism is a theory on power and the acquisition of power. In the United States and the "coalition of the willing" attacking Iraq without the support of the United Nations, I believe the theory of neo-realism was strongly displayed. However, in the current situation between the United States, Iraq and the United Nations, I believe there has been a shift in theories. Albeit, not a large one, but a noticeable enough adjustment to make a difference. Kenneth Waltz was said to be the first real n...
  • Turn Iraq Into A Democracy
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    One of the major issues being discussed is weather or not troops should remain in Iraq. The US has already started to rebuild Iraq, we can not just decide to quit. If we just gave up, that would be throwing away all the time and effort we had recently put into developing the country. The troops should remain in Iraq until the job is finished. We were the ones to make the mess, now we have to proceed in cleaning it up. Successfully turning Iraq into a democracy would assist us in gaining back res...
  • Rebuilding Of Iraq
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    10/23/2003 U.N. Never has the world needed the United Nations more. Since its creation in 1945, the world's conflicts have grown exponentially more complex, and the relevance of the U.N. has grown correspondingly. Never have so many countries possessed the technological power to absolutely annihilate one another. The U.N., which is an elaborate alliance of countries, is a vital force in keeping peace and stability between all its diverse member nations. This article depicts the U.N. acting upon ...
  • Democracy In Iraq
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    The article is a discussion by director of the American University Center for global Peace, Professor Abdul Aziz. It discussed that the key elements for a successful democratic transition included: Economic and political reform, which includes aid for Iraq's health and education sectors; relief from debt and reparations; liberalization and privatization of the economy; and foreign direct investment. It also included democratic reforms which elections and the institution of a parliamentary form o...
  • Iraq's Hidden Weapon
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    War is the answer. Iraq has the power to kill many innocent people. Iraq has always had their problems with America before, but this time it seems that they have cought the attention of the entire world. They have been under suspicion of making weapons of mass destruction for quite some time now and are currently being investigated. America has stated that they have proof that Iraq is making weapons of mass destruction and want to take immediate action. We should stop them before they gain more ...
  • Leader Of Iraq
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    i honestly thing that, for many reasons. america doesn't have the right at all to wage war on iraq. first of all, America doesn't know for sure if iraq has nuclear weapons because the inspectors havn't found anything yet. and it is obvious for everyone that the united states is after the oil of iraq and that it doesn't, as it pretends, want to save the iraquian people from their "evil" and "terrorist" leader saddam hussein. America is trying to present itself as a hero who wants world peace and ...
  • Iraq From The Weapons Of Mass Destruction
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    Iraq has been a center of war for the past decade. In the last decade, Iraq has developed the weapons of mass destruction, as claimed by United States. According to President Bush, these weapons of mass destructions are an open threat to this country and the rest of the world, and to ensure the world peace, these weapons of mass destructions must be eliminated before they are used against us or any other country. But according to Gerard Bradley, this war must be justified in accordance with Just...

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