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21 Feb 2012
Iran | Iraq | justification for war | Nuclear Weapons | Politics | rogue states | Saddam Hussain | War | Middle East | Terrorism | War/peace | International
The war in Iraq is likely to be remembered for decades, if not centuries, as the defining conflict of the early 21st century. The effect it had not only in the...
20 Feb 2012
Ahmadinejad | Chavez | Diplomacy | Iran | Negotiations | North Korea | Obama | preconditions | rogue states | Syria | US | US foreign policy | Venezuela | Global | International
During one of the democratic primary debates leading up the 2008 presidential election, then Senator Barack Obama was asked whether he would meet with the...
This House Believes the US is Justified in Using Force to Prevent States From Acquiring Nuclear Weapons
20 Feb 2012
Iran | Israel | North Korea | NPT | Nuclear Weapons | Pakistan | Politics | International law | War/peace | Law
The proliferation of Nuclear Weapons has been a concern from almost before the first atomic bomb was developed, when a number of scientists on the Manhattan...
13 Sep 2011
arms embargo | Cuba | Democracy promotion | dictatorial governments | diplomatic negotiations. | free trade | Haiti | Human rights | Iran | Myanmar | North Korea | Politics | Sanctions | South Africa
Sanctions are coercive or punitive actions taken on specific states. Sanctions range from diplomatic sanctions, which often result in the closing of embassies...