Reasoning about war

January 2006
Christian Century;1/10/2006, Vol. 123 Issue 1, p5
This article comments on the justification made by U.S. President George W. Bush regarding the 2003 Iraq War. It explains the just war tradition. It enumerates the regimes and occasions that tempt the U.S. to remake the world by force. Also, it details the negotiations made by the U.S. and European nations with Iran to convince the country to drop its nuclear ambitions.


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