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Name: Professor: Class: Date: Should the United States have invaded IRAQ? It is ten years since the inversion of Iraq and still there is no debate on the aspects of war except the relevant law in a nation dedicated to the rule of law. War on Iraq was launched on March, 2003 with a strike at the location where Saddam Hussein, the Iraqi President and his top lieutenants were believed to be meeting…
military buildup was intensified at the Persian Gulf. During this time, President Bush, other top U.S. officials and British Prime Minister Tony Blair were continually indicating that Iraq were not willing to offer full corporation with U.N. weapons inspectors, even when top world leaders from France, Germany and Russia called for more time for the exercise. Bush Administration intensified its allegation of the Iraq’s alleged weapons of mass destruction after the September 11, 2001 terror attacks. Bush named Iraq, Iran and North Korea as evil nations in his State of Union address in 2002. The vice president Cheney also accused Saddam Hussein of seeking weapons of mass destruction as an avenue of dominating Middle East and to threat the U.S. oil supplies. The allegations fueled speculations of the likability of the U.S. to act unilaterally against Iraq. The United States invasion of IRAQ was not justified because there is no evidence that IRAQ has Weapons of Mass Destruction, complicity in the 9/11 attacks, and or al –Qaeda connection. The root of conflict between U.S. and Iraq is the firm position of the U.S. especially under Bush Administration that Saddam must be toppled since he cannot be deterred from using weapons of mass destruction. ...
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