In this paragraph, I will be answering the question what was society like before the discovery of chemical weapons?The next question that will be answered is how did natural resources limit the use of chemical weapons?We all hope that the world will not come to us using chemical weapons on each other this is why we try so hard to keep them out of the hands of people that want to cause destruction.I talked about some of the history of chemical weapons and how that had impact on the wars back in history and the problems that they incurred back then.How did natural resources limit or advance chemical weapons?
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If a country is making biological weapons and they do not destroy them, to go to war with that country would be just, because they are making deadly weapons that can wipe out a small country which is a potential to every other country in the world.Basically ideals to make a war just are the killing of innocent lives, the production of weapons of mass destruction, threats to other countries and avoiding war till it is unavoidable.There is no question that a war can be just in the modern day due to certain ideals.Everyday deadlier and more sickening biological weapons are being made to bring deadly diseases to people so they can suffer for weeks in pain rather than a split second in an explosion.As after the September 11th killing at the t...
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Who can think without horror of what another widespread war would mean, waged as it would be with all the new weapons of mass destruction (Weapons of, 2010, para 2).Communication with each other is very important with ensuring everyone is on the same page and no one is in the dark, especially where the weapons of mass destruction are concerned.The danger posed by weapons of mass destruction was the Bush administration’s chief justification for invading Iraq.As stated earlier I recommend the criminal justices practitioners around the world need to continue to work together to assess for weapons of mass destruction and treat all threats as if they are going to occur, .As a result of these attacks former President Bush believed that there w...
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American Scientists.The repercussions of human exposure to biological weapons of mass destruction are flu-like symptoms, exhaustion, pneumonia, weight loss, stomach pain, respiratory failure, or shock (Porteus 2).Biological weapons are especially dangerous because symptoms require days to weeks to take effect (Central Intelligence Agency 2).This results in the possibility of the affected area being larger due to the migration of infected individuals (Central I... .13 September 2011.Weapons of mass destruction are divided into biological, chemical, and nuclear devices (Porteus 1).
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This makes sense to prevent future terrorist attacks, but no weapons of mass destruction were in Iraq.Using weapons of mass destruction would mean a sure end to his power.This calls into question whether or not invading Iraq was justified because the Bush administration should have known that weapons of mass destruction in Iraq were effectively contained.Saddam Hussein had never threatened to attack the United States or to use weapons of mass destruction offensively.The main reason given by the administration of George W. Bush was that Saddam Hussein the leader of Iraq was engaged in having nuclear weapons.
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The term “weapons of mass destruction” included the chemical, biological as well as nuclear weapons (Clair 1998).A permanent council that would control the number of scientists coming up with the weapons ought to be made so as to manage the number of weapons made.The struggle by these scientists led to more inventions thus more weapons There were delayed demands on the weapons between the invention and the extensive spread due to some nations as well as different people having negative attitudes towards the bombs (Henry 1937).This progression of the weapons was as a result of the United States constitution promoting scientific inspiration along with the toxic weapons.Weapons of Mass Destruction Are Overrated as a Threat to America, 2nd e...
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The current trends in terrorists’ attacks have demonstrated that there is likelihood of terrorists being capable of obtaining weapons of mass destruction.The Centre for Non-proliferation studies at the Monterey Institute of International Studies conducted a study on the possibilities of the use of biological weapons by terrorists prior to the 9/11 attacks.The soviet military used the term weapons of mass destruction to denote nuclear, chemical, and biological weapons.The debate on the possibility of the use of weapons of mass destruction by terrorists has been discussed for a long time since the 9/11 attacks.(Morag, 2004) .
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Though these weapons help determine the fate of the war they also left humanity with a source to wreck endless destruction and havoc.Napalm Gas: Used as a biological weapon of mass destruction by American troops in the Vietnam War, the Napalm gas was developed for use in the Second World War but was never deployed.The majority of the weapons used in these wars were developed and manufactured by the US and the USSR The Cold War witnessed the development of may new weapons ranging from improved fire arms to new technology deployed in tanks , jets submarines ships helicopters , explosives and missile guidance systems.This mad rush to build nuclear weapons lead to an arms race with each nation spending billions of dollars to build a military...
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It seems odd that the United States singled out Iraq when other countries have weapons of mass destruction as well, such as the countries Bush has deemed the “axis of evils” which includes Iran, North Korea, Saudi Arabia, and Pakistan (Jehl 1).Finding and destroying all weapons of mass destruction?Although these countries are thought to have weapons of mass destruction, the United States did not go charing into a war with them.Since it has been proven that there were no weapons of mass destruction in Iraq, and the United States government essentially knew this upon entering the war, what exactly were the United States’ intentions for entering the war?Also, there was extreme doubt with regard to Saddam’s actual possession of weapons of ma...
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America itself has weapons of mass destruction and they pose a threat and a danger to other countries, but you don’t see anyone calling the US and starting war with them.Or he could have waited a few more days for Saddam Hussein to give up his weapons of mass destruction which don’t exist, and if that desperate to get rid of Saddam they could have sent a sniper in to kill him.Some of the reasons for the war were: to eliminate the weapons of mass destruction, to eliminate the threat of international terrorism and to promote democracy in Iraq and surrounding areas.The one reason war should have took place was because of the weapons of mass destruction and the apparent threat that Iraq cause for a terrorist to take place, but what about the...
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Therefore newspapers reach a wide audience worldwide, which is why newspaper is a type of Mass Media.In Bush administration the television coverage of his speeches about War on Terrorism acquaint that Iraq possessed weapons of mass destruction.Around year and a half later no weapons of mass destruction have been found.this is the newest type of Mass Media there it reaches world wide, if one has a webpage made in Thailand someone in Colombia can see it.Overall I conclude that Mass Media does have an effect of society.
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Bush wanted to take immediate action towards Iraq because of the reason of the fact that Iraq could produce and help provide weapons of mass destruction to terrorists to inflict harm in the United States.When looking at all the possibilities of why the United States went to war with Iraq you can blame either terrorists, oil, crimes against humanity, or the suspicion of weapons of mass destruction.Those two would be that Iraq and Saddam were purposely harboring terrorists and giving them a safe place to hide from the United States and that the United States believed that Iraq was producing weapons of mass destruction.A Major reason of why the United States entered into war with Iraq was because of the belief that Saddam was producing weap...
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Using weapons of mass destruction for peaceful purposes is always viewed apprehensively, and with doubts.The philosophy of war is deeply affected by the advent of weapons of mass destruction.Development of nuclear and other weapons of mass destruction have altogether changed the nature of war.Armies of both the countries equipped with weapons of mass destruction stood face to face for complete one year.It simplified the obliteration of mankind with introduction of weapons of mass destruction.
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If the U.S. leaves Iraq alone, they will continue to research and build weapons of mass destruction, and they will use them to kill Americans on a large scale through terrorism.The U.S. intends to stop Iraq from developing any more weapons of mass destruction before they are used against the world.Stopping Iraq’s research of weapons of mass destruction decreases the chance that such weapons fall into the hands of a terrorist organization.With Iraq’s weapons program going unchecked for several years, there is no telling what they may have in their arsenal.Ever since the end of the Gulf War, Iraq has disregarded these policies by removing weapons inspectors, which in turn has allowed Iraq to further research weapons of mass destruction.
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I guess that we would never know whether the Bush administration knowingly accept the false intelligence that Iraq had weapon of mass destruction and connection with terrorists or the Bush administration simply misled by incredible intelligence from CIA or other government agencies.However, if the Bush administration, based on the intelligence provided by CIA prior to the invasion, truly believed that Iraq had weapon of mass destruction (and was intended to use it) and there was evidence to suggest Iraq had aided al Qaeda, then it would be reasonable to say the invasion fulfills the criterion of “just cause”.Besides, UN Security Resolution 678 and 687 authorized the United States to use force in ridding Iraq of weapons of mass destructio...
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These places are highly vulnerable to terrorists’ attack by the use of weapons of mass destruction since they lack adequate physical security necessary to deter terrorist.In using weapons of mass destruction, a terrorist is attracted to highly populated targets where many people can lose their lives and excessive damage on infrastructure can occur.Terrorists’ use of nuclear weapons is the most destructive of all weapons of mass destruction.Unlike conventional weapons or nuclear weapons, these dangerous weapons do not rely on explosive force to realize their goals; however, they rely on the unique characteristics of the chemicals in causing harm (Croddy & Wirtz, 2005).Many atomic experts believe that terrorist organizations are likely to ...
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Misapplication of science has brought mankind to the path of destruction.It depends on us which face we want to see.It is a horrible fact that much of the national income of even a developing country is spent on acquiring latest weapons, bombs and missiles.These weapons are also extremely dangerous.To save ourselves and the world as a whole from destruction, we should follow the right way to use the gifts of science so that it appears as a blessing and not as a curse.
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After all, the ever more sophisticated weapons piling up in the arsenals of the wealthiest and the mightiest can kill the illiterate, the ill, the poor and the hungry, but they cannot kill ignorance, illness, poverty or hunger.Thus, based on the arguments above we can easily conclude, this world would have been a much better place, had there been no weapons of mass destruction.The world have realized the uselessness of these weapons and tried to control, ban and regulate their usage through conventions and treaties like Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC), Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention (BWC), Partial Test Ban Treaty, Outer Space Treaty, Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT), Seabed Arms Control Treaty, Comprehensive Test Ban Tre...
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Although North Korea, Iran, and Iraq are developing (or have acquired) weapons of mass destruction, so are many other nations.The fact is that the United States must live with an increasing number of nations that have acquired weapons of mass des... ... middle of paper ... ...tegy promulgated by President Bush in September 2002 does just the opposite.According to the Pentagon, 12 countries have nuclear weapons programs, 13 nations have biological weapons, 16 countries have chemical weapons and 28 nations have ballistic missiles.In sum, an apparent widening of the current war designed to enhance U.S security could have the opposite effect.A better approach would be a less interventionist foreign policy.
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Specific Purpose: To persuade the audience that the use of Nuclear Weapons or WMD (weapons of mass destruction), should be eradicated for the safety and preservation of humanity and the world Thesis Statement: America, and humanity as a whole, should agree to stop the use and creation of Nuclear weapons because of lessons learned through history, as well as logical and moral conclusions based on the facts surrounding them.c. Because the super Powers of Russia and America designed the Nuclear Weapons, less respectable and trusted countries and organizations now have them and will continue to have them if no worldwide disarmament is achieved.Where as Soldier and conventional weapons of war are primarily designed to protect countries and of...
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It is possible for the nations of the world to attempt and use these weapons on other enemies without even considering the magnitude of the effects to be caused, as most of the nations obtaining these weapons may not portray the possible definite restraint on their use as demonstrated earlier by the United States and Soviet Union in the cold World war.The large numbers in weapons of mass destruction may be a catalyst leading to deterrence of peace in the entire world or in localized regions but this can be effectively prevented if a much smaller number of non-strategic nuclear warheads were advocated.Despite all these, formal/strategic weapons of every nation have to be regulated and this will reduce chances of proliferation of weapons o...
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The enemies are still on the loose and the only way to be safe is to maintain the U. S. internal security.The war on Iraq makes up a huge proportion of the war on terrorism where Hussein’s government allegedly produced weapons of mass destruction to plot an attack against the United States.New-age terrorism refers to non-state actors who cause destruction in smaller and wider scale.Instead, people have been arrested who are ‘suspected’ of being associated with Taliban or the notorious Al –Qaeda.Rebuilding the torn state of Iraq eventually became part of the goal however, continuous war against factions where its unknown network of memberships extend from all over the world.
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Knowing how these weapons of mass destruction can be utilized against peace loving citizens is vital in the fight against terrorism.One of the goals is to eradicate the fear of Nuclear, chemical and biological weapons is the reduction of the possible vehicles like Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles or IBM which can be used as a possible carrier of these so called weapons of mass destruction.It is good to know also the steps that our government is undertaking to counter these weapons of mass destructions as well as countering the effects that these dangers possess.Explain the dangers posed to human existence by a) chemical weapons b) biological weapons.Types of Chemical Weapons [Electronic Version].
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Hints to the term “Cold War.” .However, they both agreed on keeping the war at a minimum by agreeing to not allow weapons of mass destruction, etc.However, during the Cold War, there were some new weapons that were created from both sides.One feared of expansion, the other feared of the opposing differences.During the Cold War there weren’t really weapons used during the war.
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Hints to the term “Cold War.” .No Nuclear, Biological or Chemical weapons were used during this Cold War.One feared of expansion, the other feared of the opposing differences.During the Cold War there weren’t really weapons used during the war.These two weapons of mass destruction were not used, better suggesting the phrase, “Cold War.” If by any means there were to be a weapon of mass destruction aimed at the opposing enemy, then the country responsible for the cause would have to help restore, and fix any damages caused.
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The Catechism’s teachings on Just War forbid the intentional destruction of human life.The Bush National Security Strategy: An Evaluation.A war always causes widespread destruction.Washington: Brookings Institution, 2002. .The US policy stated in clear terms that it would not wait and watch until the rogue nations acquire or develop the weapons of mass destructions and use them to destroy the humankind .
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Backgrounder .The United States was wrong about the weapons.Nicholas Lemann “ How It Came To War” The New Yorker March 31, 2003 Editorial “Weapons That Weren’t There” The Washington Post October 7,2004 Lionel Beehner “Al-Qaeda in Iraq: Resurging or Splintering?A report in the Washington Post said “The new report from the Iraq Survey Group has confirmed beyond any reasonable doubt what most people have assumed for the past year: At the time of the 2003 U.S. invasion, Iraq did not possess weapons of mass destruction, and most of its programs to produce them were dormant.” .Works Cited .
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Saddam Hussein has used chemical weapons both against Iran and his own people.In Blair’s dossiers it says where the funding of these weapons come in, it briefly sets out how Iraq is able to finance its weapons programme drawing on illicit earnings generated outside the UN control.Information about Iraq’s weapons of mass destruction is already in public domain from UN reports and from Iraqi defectors, this clearly points that Iraq continues to posses these weapons and also shows that Iraq, has refurbished sites formally associated with the production of chemical and biological agents and it indicates that Iraq remains able to manufacture these agents and deliver them via bomb, shells artillery rockets and ballistic missiles.The terrorists...
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This documentary in its rhetorical form uses different arguments to support its message, through sources, subject-centered, and viewer-centered perspectives.Fahrenheit 9/11 is a commentary on current American life and regardless of its truth, it does send a powerful and controversial message that raises questions and does deserve discussion.Shown are numerous videos and pictures that are usually non existent in American media.For instance, when Moore states that there were no weapons of mass destruction in Iraq, he reinforces this statement by showing Bush and members of his party saying, pre- 9/11, that Saddam has no weapons of mass destruction.The film can be considered a piece of propaganda but regardless of if you agree with the opin...
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We must not only protect ourselves with precautionary weapons and plans but we must also arm ourselves with knowledge of these weapons.They are not to be destroyed because these weapons of mass destruction may be useful in developing vaccines, antiviral drugs, and diagnostic tests.Just having biochemical weapons is like having a temporary shield that protects against invasion from an opposing country.Chemical and Biological Weapons are Your FriendsAs we go on our daily lives, terrorists are buying and developing dangerous and hazardous biological and chemical weapons to obliterate us.Smallpox has been eradicated because it was proven to be extremely deadly in weapons tests and so it was practically wiped out.
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