POL 355 International Relations
Instructor: Clifford Keenan
July 29, 2013
Afghanistan is an Islamic republic that is located near Pakistan. Kabul is the capital city and the country’s Chief of State is President Hamid Karzai. The country bears a population of 33.609 million people. It has been in war for three decades making it one of the most dangerous countries in the world. The insecurity in the country has resulted in a large number of refugees. The current war that is going on began in 2001 by several terrorist groups such as Hezbi Islami.
In 2001, President George W Bush gives the Taliban an ultimatum which they fail to comply with making the U.S to lead…show more content…
Terrorists deny the authenticity of states, the rights of people , the unique importance of individual human beings and ultimately morality. Terrorists for one reason or another, loathe our freedom and our way of life. (Zupan, 2004)
Another principle of just war is reasonable chance of success, these principle advices nations not to resort to war when they see the results will be futile. For example if a small nation is attacked by a greater nation, it should not opt to go to war since it has no chance of success. Such a nation needs to do nothing and hope to make use of diplomatic resolution in the future.
The last principle in this theory is just termination, when justice is used as the main reason as to why a nation goes to war then it should be the same reason used to reach an end state. The end state provides and specifies limitations that should be maintained in order for justice to be met. In some sense, will continue struggling all the while achieving different end results, crime in society never end despite the many efforts put in place to curb crime. (Zupan, 2004)
Though the struggle may never end, the world must adhere to certain rules when it comes to war against terrorism since there is no single police unit that caters the whole world. For example, in the future there will be Al Qaida and Taliban fighters but the U.S cannot keep its troops in