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  • Full Restoration Of Women's Rights In Afghanistan
    776 words
    A woman's life in Afghanistan is one of the most shocking and devastating truths. It wasn't until September 11th 2001 that the world awoke to the relevance of women's issues to international peace and security. However, it's been two years since and the lives of Afghan women have improved only slightly. Harassment, violence, illiteracy, poverty and extreme repression continue to characterize reality for many afghan women. "Under the Taliban, ultraconservative Islamic ideas combined with misogyni...
  • Peace And Security Between Nations
    400 words
    United Nations"5 W's"What: The political organization established 1945 by the allied powers who were later joined by other nations Who: Today there are 191 nations in the United Nations but It was originally started by those who were fighting against the axis powers. Where: It was decided to have it located in the Eastern United States, they bought land with money given by John D. Rockefeller Jr. along the East River in NYC. When: The United Nations was officially coined such in 1941 by Presiden...
  • Iraq With The U.N. Inspectors
    709 words
    UNITED NATIONS (CNN) -- The United Nation's chief weapons inspector briefed the Security Council Tuesday, saying his inspectors would return to Iraq to resume looking for Iraq's weapons of mass destruction if that was what the council wanted. But at the same time, the White House was saying the U.S. -led coalition had taken over the job. The French ambassador to the United Nations presented a third view, saying some way should be found to coordinate the efforts of coalition inspection teams now ...
  • Korea Into A Communist State
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    The situation facing the American leaders in Washington D.C. and also in Tokyo was very much the same. They both foresaw the likely dissolve of the South Korea army and government, and therefore the imminent engulfing of all Korea into a communist state. It was John Foster Dulles, later to be President Dwight Eisenhower's secretary of state, who pointed out the way to the beginning course the United States were to follow. In the thought of bipartisan foreign policy, Dulles had recently appointed...
  • U.N. Resolutions
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    President George W. Bush urged the United Nations on Thursday to force Iraq to disarm and said action was inevitable if Baghdad failed to do so. In a dramatic day at the U.N. General Assembly, Secretary-General Kofi Annan questioned Bush's right to go to war against Iraq and said multilateral action was the only way to enforce U.N. resolutions. Iraq, which has refused to allow the return of U.N. arms inspectors who left in 1998 after years of strife with President Saddam Hussein's government, ca...
  • International Armed Conflict
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    International law seeks to govern the interactions between nations or states, as they are known in the international sphere. International armed conflict exists when there are official military or paramilitary forces performing acts of war in apparent furtherance of their government's policy. The government or the government of any country against which the acts are being perpetrated must also acknowledge that armed conflict is taking place. The complexity of conflicts either helps or hinders th...

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