It arises from feelings of resentment, depression, frustration, and dissatisfaction. It triggers animosity amongst communities and nations. William Sherman, an Army general once said, “War is a state of…
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War has existed from the dawn of humankind. Six thousand years ago, wars existed between tribes. A classic example is cemeteries found in the Nubian valley, people who died because of conflicts. Zulu kingdom is another example; in 1820s, Shaka fought the tribe of Ndwandwe and killed more than 40,000 people. War as gone through evolution, from using of stones and slings to the present nuclear bombs. A case in hand was the Second World War, where nuclear bomb was used, and over 70 million people died. However, what triggers war? It occurs because of several reasons. It could be a territorial dispute, minerals, and oil, example Iraq invading Kuwait in 1990s.
Making wars involves the use of weapons. There has been an evolution of weapons from the use of crude ones like spears to the deadliest ones like the nuclear bombs. Bombs are now more deadly and accurate than before. This is evidenced by the case of precision guided bombs that only kills and destroys where it was intended. Atomic bomb, which kills many people, destroys property, and has prolonged side effects, has ushered in the era of the nuclear age (Eichensehr and Reisman54).
The effects of war are adverse, diseases, hunger, pandemics and famines are just but a few. Given the above facts, we keep asking is war justified. Actually, we should not fight rather look for other options to our difference. Critics argue that war is necessary for a prosperous society. The results of any war are killings, destruction and loss of property.
Wars dominated the past century. In the First World War, nearly eleven million people lost their lives, around fifty in the Second World War. The new century has ushered in the shed of blood such as the attack of Afghanistan and Iraq by the US forces. The causes of war in most cases are not natural but rather the divisions amongst us in form classes. People in a certain class find ways and means of protecting their
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Scipio Africanus gives us a few lessons on the endure nature of war. Scipio uses himself as an example to demonstrate that soldiers must trust their leader and must believe that he has a definite plan and a definite aim.
We are winning the war on Cancer.
Each and every day world experiences death of several individuals due to various diseases. Most of the death cases are even shocking to hear, as newly discovered viruses and bacteria’s are found in many cases. Cancer is one of the oldest diseases in the league of killing human lives.
Wolla examines a challenging issue on the best way to reduce government debt, which has been a heated debate in the recent times. According to him, wants surpass the available resources. Government expenditure is supported by current revenues obtained from taxation or borrowing.
Then let's answer the question: "Should we go or should we stay"
Both articles draw on American history to make their case, but Krugman less so. Krugman briefly alludes to the Vietnam War in writing we are in "increasing danger of facing a collapse in quality and morale similar to the collapse of the officer corps in the early 1970's" (Krugman A23).
All northern states took steps to outlaw slavery after the war. Vermont ended slavery in its new state constitution of 1777, at this time slaves in Massachusetts, Elizabeth Freeman for example, sued in court for their liberty with success. In states like New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania, where slaves keeping needed more financial costs, black Americans were liberated gradually.
Conlon (2002) asserts that the idea that lovers cannot be friends takes its roots in Plato's thinking that: "1) Each human self is a discrete substance combining essential and unique qualities; 2) All attraction is a desire for union; and 3). The purpose of this union is to share in, possess or otherwise take part in these qualities."
The theory explained that the “democracies do not war with each other” as was noted by this famous philosopher. While the author or his work did not get any recognition back during his time (1795), it was in late twentieth century that
Martin Luther King Jr is a renowned leader, clergyman and activist who largely advocated for civil rights in America. He is well recognized for his responsibility in the headway of civil rights by use of nonviolent means, and for this reason, he became an established nationwide icon in the history of modern American liberalism.