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International Terrorism

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Political Science
Course Code
POL114H5
Professor
Jurgensen

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International Terrorism
Research Paper
Roughly 8 ½ pages (2500 words)
Double spaced
8 sources quality
oNewspapers not academic sources
oJournal articles, academic books academic sources
oGovernment websites good for factual sources
Citation
No turnitin.com
Can use first person
Eliminating International conflict
Less violent/less destructive
Just war principles
States can legitimately go to war only in self-defense
Decision to go to war has to be decided by those who have the authority
Justice in War
oLegitimate targets
oGeneral principle, discrimination distinguish combatants vs. non-combatants
Air power strategic bombers WWII
Largest practisers allied forces
Germans lost control of air space
Carpet bombing
Restrictions on kind of weapons that can be used
Biological and chemical weapons not been abandoned because provisions in
international law because neither have been useful hard to control cant control wind
Other prohibited weapons phosphorus substance produce great deal of smoke
results in horrific burns
Another cluster ammunitions bombs that contain little bomb-lets sometimes do not
explode so that it remains dangerous hazard years later
Land mines hundreds & thousands of mines scattered all around Cambodia
Land mines designed to tear their leg off, not to kill them
UN partially successful peacekeeper problematic
UN not successful for preventing war
oMake up of security council
Realists tend to be pessimistic international law & particular international
organizations are reflections of distribution of power within the international system
powerful control less powerful
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International Terrorism Research Paper Roughly 8 pages (2500 words) Double spaced 8 sources quality o Newspapers not academic sources o Journal articles, academic books academic sources o Government websites good for factual sources Citation No turnitin.com Can use first person Eliminating International conflict Less violentless destructive Just war principles States can legitimately go to war only in self-defense Decision to go to war has to be decided by those who have the authority Justice in War o Legitimate targets o General principle, discrimination distinguish combatants vs. non-combatants Air power strategic bombers WWII Largest practisers allied forces Germans lost control of air space Carpet bombing Restrictions on kind of weapons that can be used Biological and chemical weapons not been abandoned because provisions in international law because neither have been useful hard to control cant control wind Other prohibited weapons phosphorus substance produce great deal of smoke results in horrific burns Another cluster ammunitions bombs that contain little bomb-lets sometimes do not explode so that it remains dangerous hazard years later Land mines hundreds & thousands of mines scattered all around Cambodia Land mines designed to tear their leg off, not to kill them UN partially successful peacekeeper problematic UN not successful for preventing war o Make up of security council Realists tend to be pessimistic international law & particular international organizations are reflections of distribution of power within the international system powerful control less powerful www.notesolution.com
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