Ppt on weapons of mass destruction iraq

War in Iraq Began in 2003; Saddam Hussein was the president of Iraq.

to allow the United Nations to send in weapons inspectors, who were looking for Weapons of Mass Destruction. Saddam Hussein tried to avoid these inspections regularly for 12 years Weapons of Mass Destruction Nuclear weaponsIraq was not accused of having these but was apparently working on developing one Biological weapons (example—anthrax or other deadly diseases that could be used against millions of people) Chemical weapons (example—mustard gas or cyanide--chemicals that cause/


THE WAR IN IRAQ: HOW DID WE GET THERE? Team A: “The Pirates” Abdul Smith Andrea Jones David Gowdy Felycia Richardson.

September 11th attack was used as a springboard into the justification of the war. President Bush claims to know that Iraq has weapons of mass destruction October 7, 2002, President Bush gave a speech outlining the Iraqi threat WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION: TRUE OR NOT TRUE? April 25, 2005, the CIA’s top weapons inspector in Iraq said the hunt for weapons of mass destruction has found nothing. The report states that while they do not/


The Evolution of the Atomic Bomb World War II – Present Day

http://content.answers.com/main/content/wp/e n/thumb/b/b5/270px-Titan_1_ICBM.jpg Effects Ever since the end of the Cold War, threats of attacks with Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMDs) have caused great unease in society. The War in Iraq is a prime example of how the threat of nuclear attacks has spawned conflict. In 2002, President Bush made it clear to the American people that/


Oil in the Middle East. OPEC Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries Meet regularly to decide how much oil to produce Goal is to increase profits.

patriotism intensified. Gulf War II Operation: Iraqi Freedom After the 2001 attack, interest in Weapons of Mass Destruction intensifies. Remember: Iraq denied UN Weapon Inspectors Access. Bush Doctrine: US can attack a nation that is a threat, to prevent them from attacking the US. Bush argues Iraq is a threat because of Weapons of Mass Destruction Final Ultimatum March 18, 2003 Conflict begins March 19, 2003 “Shock & Awe” Bombing Campaign rains down/


United States Involvement in the Middle East.  Iraq  Iran-Iraq War  Afghanistan  Persian Gulf War 1 (Operation Desert Storm)  Persian Gulf War 2.

due to sectarian violence. Over 4,000 American soldiers have been killed and over 20,000 have been wounded in Iraq thus far.  3-2-1  List three types of Weapons of Mass Destruction  Name two wars the U.S. fought against Iraq  Name the former dictator of Iraq  Oil  Stop Terrorists  Spread democracy  The group is wanted by the United States for its September 11, 2001, attacks on/


United States Involvement in the Middle East.  Iraq  Iran-Iraq War  Afghanistan  Persian Gulf War 1 (Operation Desert Storm)  Persian Gulf War 2.

due to sectarian violence. Over 4,000 American soldiers have been killed and over 20,000 have been wounded in Iraq thus far.  3-2-1  List three types of Weapons of Mass Destruction  Name two wars the U.S. fought against Iraq  Name the former dictator of Iraq  Oil  Stop Terrorists  Spread democracy  The group is wanted by the United States for its September 11, 2001, attacks on/


Syria 2014. Syrias chemical weapons removal delayed The dangerous and difficult task of moving Syrias chemical weapons stockpile from government military.

massing of 30,000 al Qaeda fighters on its Syrian border. The Obama administration announced Tuesday, Jan. 28, that selected Syrian rebel militias would receive American light weapons/of chlorine gas, leaving dozens of people seeking treatment for the symptoms of poisoning. While the Syrian regime has handed over 80 per cent of its declared chemical weapons stockpile for destruction/. The new Islamic State which controls much of northern Iraq now is attacking Syrian government forces as well as moderate rebels/


IRAQ WAR 2003 KAZUKI AND KIN. REPUBLIC OF IRAQ Government: Arabic Socialist Ba’ath party  Regime of Saddam Hussein Official Language: Arabic and Kurdish.

2 Criteria Evaluatio n Notes Humanitarian Motives× President Bush “our mission is clear, to disarm Iraq of weapons of mass destruction, to end Saddam Husseins support for terrorism, and to free the Iraqi people.” *1 Humanitarian Justification × Legality× Lack of UN Mandate Kofi Annan, has said he believes the American-led invasion of Iraq last year was illegal *2 Selectivity× US most likely had other objectives. *1 White House/


Timeline series timeframe 1 – Daniel 8

are trying to keep terrorists from getting their hands on weapons of mass destruction (chemical, biological, nuclear). When these transgressors are in a position to bring about mass destruction on hundreds of thousands of innocent people and possibly unleashing WW3 that can destroy all life/restoring it’s empire status and NATO obligated to defend Europe. Then you have terrorist nations like Iran, Iraq and other threatening nations North Korea and finally the Middle East turmoil. It is at this time that /


Monterey Institute Of International Studies NUCLEAR NON-PROLIFERATION TREATY: A REGIME IN NEED OF INTENSIVE CARE by Jean du Preez Director International.

a state already possessing themVertical nuclear proliferation: increase in number and destructiveness of nuclear weapons within a state already possessing them *Mostly applicable to nuclear weapons as biological and chemical weapons are banned WHAT IS DISARMAMENT ? Total elimination of weapons of mass destruction, including nuclear weapons, through the prohibition on development, production and use and destruction of all such weapons WHY IS NUCLEAR DISARMAMENT AND NONPROLIFERATION A PRIORITY? 30,000 NUCLEAR/


Unit 2: The Arab World The Iraq War. Iraq is one of the largest oil resources in the world, with proven reserves of 120+ billion barrels of oil, second.

Deadline ignored Reasons given for invasion of Iraq: Fear ofWeapons of Mass Destruction” (Destroy them before they can be used on the U.S.) Saddam Hussein’s “human rights” abuses To spread Democracy and improve the life of the Iraqi people The 2003 invasion of Iraq, code-named "Operation Iraqi Freedom" by the United States, officially began on March 20, 2003. Objective: "to disarm Iraq of weapons of mass destruction, to end Saddam Husseins support/


Iran 2015. The Iranian military continued to threaten Israel on Thursday, following the assassination of at least one of its senior commanders in Syria.

East. Iran is being stirred up. Iraq is a quagmire of violence. ISIS has sprung onto the scene causing terrible death and destruction. Syria is still aflame with over /blown invasion by land forces to secure control. Large concentrations of Saudi armour and artillery are already massing near the border, though this may simply be a negotiating / Iranian-Syrian attempt to smuggle advanced missiles, perhaps Scuds, to Hezbollah’s numerous weapons depots in Lebanon. So we may be heading for the stage 1 war between/


Chapter 22 South Asia and the Middle East Nations of South Asia Forces Shaping the Modern Middle East Nation Building in the Middle East: Three Case Studies.

SUPERPOWERS sold arms to their allies in the region ◦US supported Israel militarily ◦USSR supported Arab nations Weapons of Mass Destruction of major concern ◦Israel believed to have developed an atomic bomb ◦Arab nations rushed to also have “the bomb”  Saddam Hussein – Iraq –  Chemical/Biological weapons next option  Large stockpiles of WMD’s Arab-Israeli Conflict OCCUPIED TERRITORIES ◦West Bank & Gaza Strip – building settlements ◦Sinai Peninsula (Egypt) PALESTINIAN/


T HE A RAB W ORLD. T HE M IDDLE E AST : A RAB S TATES + T HE R ESURGENCE OF I SLAM.

W. Bush P OST -G ULF W AR Immediately after the Gulf War, the UN began carrying out its program of dismantling Iraqs weapons of mass destruction. Weapons inspection teams were set up to make regular visits to Iraq to see that it was complying with the terms of the UN ceasefire resolutions. C OALITION M EMBERS During the Gulf War there was much nervousness amongst coalition members about/


Fog of War How does this movie relate to the Iraq situation? What were the lessons?

Fleischer: “The president had repeatedly said that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction…We still have confidence in that information. You could say Iraq continues to have weapons of mass destruction.” June 9, 2003 Cheney: “We believe [Saddam Hussein] has, in fact, reconstituted nuclear weapons.” March 16, 2003 Kenneth Adelman (Defense Policy Board): “I have no doubt that we’re going to find big stores of weapons of mass destruction.” March 23, 2003 Gen. Tommy Franks/


INTERNATIONAL INVOLVEMENT AND THE PROGRESSIVE ERA

ethnic groups With support from allies but not the United Nations, the US brought down the government of Iraq in 21 days War in Iraq No “weapons of mass destruction” were found in Iraq Bush administration came under harsh criticism for its claims against Iraq Iraq has formed a new government, new constitution, better opportunities for women 2007 additional troops (troop surge) were sent to assist the new government 2010/


Biological Weapons Can Biological Weapons fall into the wrong hands? –“Probably the most chilling of all the reports coming out of Japan were those that.

the capability, biotechnology does have the capability of destroying mankind.” From: Nonproliferation Issues for Weapons of Mass Destruction, Mark Prelas and Michael Peck, Marcel Dekker, ISBN: 0824753399, To be published January 2005. Questions? U.S. Marines gather around cages of pigeons at a military base in northern Kuwait near the border with Iraq on March 14. Marines being deployed to Iraq will take along pigeons to warn them/


A BRIEF STUDY MSgt Anil Lund

seriously wounded in an assassination attempt in Baghdads Al-Mansur district. 1998 31 October - Iraq ends all forms of cooperation with the UN Special Commission to Oversee the Destruction of Iraqs Weapons of Mass Destruction (Unscom). 1998 22 November - Izzat Ibrahim al-Duri, Vice-Chairman of the RCC, escapes an assassination attempt when visiting Karbala. Timeline - IRAQ Operation Desert Fox 1998 16-19 December - After UN staff are evacuated from Baghdad/


War in Iraq By: Katelyn and Daniel (warning…may be disturbing)

2002 England protests against P. Bush Trivia Why was the war in Iraq started? A) P.Bush Hated Iraq because of their race B) P.Bush wanted to take over the world with his hand-gun C) Bush accused Saddam of stealing his weapons of mass destruction D) P.Bush accused Saddam of making weapons of mass destruction ANSWER: D) Pictures of Iraq Hundreds of tanks be loaded off a ship for war. After a bomb/


Iraq: History, Geography & Society. Demography Population: about 33 million Ethnic Make-Up: 75% Arabic, 20% Kurdish, and 5% Turkmen Religions: 63% Shia,

Resolution 1441 designed to force Iraq to give up all weapons of mass destruction. In the following months weapons inspectors search throughout Iraq. March 20, 2003 The U.S. and the U.K. attack Iraq, thereby violating international law. No weapons of mass destruction (WMDs) were ever found. While “Coalition Forces” in the early phase of the war protect the Oil Ministry and the Ministry of the Interior in Iraq, the National Museum was left/


Essential Question What were the major events of the George W. Bush presidency? What were the major events of the George W. Bush presidency?

U.S.) Invasion of Iraq, seized control by May 1 Invasion of Iraq, seized control by May 1 U.S. – Iraq War Based on intelligence that Hussein had weapons of mass destruction Based on intelligence that Hussein had weapons of mass destruction Used chemical weapons against the Kurds in Iraq Used chemical weapons against the Kurds in Iraq Colin Powell Testified before the UN that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction Testified before the UN that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction War in Iraq Unstable government/


Chapter Seven: The Evolution of Jihadist Networks.

Hussein from launching a terrorist attack on the United States Two suppositions by Bush administration supported the invasion: Two suppositions by Bush administration supported the invasion: That Iraq was holding weapons of mass destruction That Iraq was holding weapons of mass destruction Hussein had established ties with al Qaeda Hussein had established ties with al Qaeda Declaring War on the United States Responses to the decision to go to war/


Plagiarism and Copyright in Technology As Part Of Digital Responsibility.

must take decisive and effective steps to prevent. Possession of chemical, biological or nuclear weapons by terrorists would constitute a direct, undeniable and lethal threat to Australia and its people.” “As the possession of weapons of mass destruction spreads, the danger of such weapons coming into the hands of terrorist groups will multiply, particularly given in this case the shameless association of Iraq with rogue non-state organizations. That is the ultimate/


1 TRADOC DCSINT TSP FM 7-100.3, Chapter 1, Regional and Global Framework Previous Slide Start of Presentation As stated in FM 1, The Army, “The primary.

extraregional force can establish a foothold in the region. Although not a paramilitary force, this is what Iraq did in 1990 when it invaded Kuwait. It rapidly overran the country in an attempt to achieve /1, Regional and Global Framework Previous Slide Start of Presentation transportation infrastructures, and lines of communication (LOCs) should be attacked featuring coordinated actions of all available forces, possibly using terror tactics and weapons of mass destruction (WMD) to present the enemy with a/


Using GIS to Support Conflict Recovery: A Response to Genocide and Use of Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) in Iraqi Kurdish Communities Presented by Mike.

EFFECTS World War I Mustard Gas Factory Workers Hiroshima/Nagasaki US DOD Testing of “Volunteers” Chernobyl Iran/Iraq War Japan Sarin Attacks Biological Outbreaks World War I Mustard Gas Factory Workers Hiroshima/Nagasaki US DOD Testing of “Volunteers” Chernobyl Iran/Iraq War Japan Sarin Attacks Biological Outbreaks GENOCIDAL EFFECTS OF WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION CHEMICAL WEAPONS Sterilize men and womenCause birth defectsCause stillbirths and infant deaths Terrify the population by/


NUCLEAR NON-PROLIFERATION TREATY: A REGIME IN NEED OF INTENSIVE CARE International Organizations and Nonproliferation Program Center For Nonproliferation.

a state already possessing themVertical nuclear proliferation: increase in number and destructiveness of nuclear weapons within a state already possessing them *Mostly applicable to nuclear weapons as biological and chemical weapons are banned WHAT IS DISARMAMENT ? Total elimination of weapons of mass destruction, including nuclear weapons, through the prohibition on development, production and use and destruction of all such weapons WHY IS NUCLEAR DISARMAMENT AND NONPROLIFERATION A PRIORITY? 30,000 NUCLEAR/


Operation Iraqi Freedom SS7H2D. WHAT STARTED THE WAR?  US believed Iraq had weapons of mass destruction  UN didn’t find any of these weapons  US produced.

Operation Iraqi Freedom SS7H2D WHAT STARTED THE WAR?  US believed Iraq had weapons of mass destruction  UN didn’t find any of these weapons  US produced evidence that Saddam Hussein was moving the weapons to different areas in Iraq  March 2003, President George W. Bush and our allies decided to send troops into Iraq TIMELINE OF THE IRAQ WAR  MARCH 19, 2003-Bush launches invasion of Iraq  APRIL 9, 2003-Saddam statue toppled  APRIL 16/


Going to War with Iraq 1998 Bill Clinton signs the “Iraq Liberation Act”.- Regime change becomes official U.S. policy January 2001 Saddam’s removal becomes.

and conclusions based on solid intelligence”. November 2002 The UN Security Council passes UN Resolution 1441 designed to force Iraq to give up all weapons of mass destruction. In the following months weapons inspectors search throughout Iraq. March 20, 2003 The United States and the United Kingdom attack Iraq in what will be known as “Operation Iraqi Freedom” (although it was almost called “Operation Iraqi Liberation” based on/


IRAQ WAR 2003. REPUBLIC OF IRAQ Government: Arabic Socialist Ba’ath party  Regime of Saddam Hussein Official Language: Arabic and Kurdish Population:

2 Criteria Evaluatio n Notes Humanitarian Motives× President Bush “our mission is clear, to disarm Iraq of weapons of mass destruction, to end Saddam Husseins support for terrorism, and to free the Iraqi people.” *1 Humanitarian Justification × Legality× Lack of UN Mandate Kofi Annan, has said he believes the American-led invasion of Iraq last year was illegal *2 Selectivity× US most likely had other objectives. WHEELER’S CRITERIA/


America 2015. US considers arming Ukrainian army’ The spectre of a deepening proxy war in Ukraine involving both Russia and the United States has raised.

will never stop supporting our friends in the region and the people of Palestine, Yemen, Syria, Iraq, and Lebanon," he said. Daily Telegraph, July 18, 2015 /first reported by ZDF television. The new version of the weapon is more accurate and less destructive. They can also be fired as missiles, /Mass for the Spanish missionary priest Junipero Serra on Wednesday. On Thursday, hell be the first pope to address a joint meeting of Congress, and on Friday hell address the nations of the world at the opening of/


Collective Identity. Team America Team America is a film by Trey Parker, regarding the ethos of American life after 9/11. Team America is a film by Trey.

. Shirin Ebadi becomes the first Muslim woman to win the Nobel Peace Prize for her efforts in promoting human rights. 2003: The United States leads the invasion of Iraq, searching for "weapons of mass destruction", starting the second Iraq War. Shirin Ebadi becomes the first Muslim woman to win the Nobel Peace Prize for her efforts in promoting human rights. Muslim History Post 2004 2004: A Jihadi/


United States Involvement in the Middle East. Iran-Iraq War Persian Gulf War 1 (Operation Desert Storm) Persian Gulf War 2 (Operation Iraqi Freedom) War.

Gulf War 2, Operation Iraqi Freedom)  Saddam Hussein was still president of Iraq at the time of the Afghanistan invasion.  the U.S government feared connections between Hussein and al-Qaeda  believed Iraq was building Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD’s)  Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical weapons.  The United Nations sent inspectors to Iraq to check for WMD’s however Iraq failed to allow them to complete their inspections. In response the/


DO NOW: As best you can, explain why we went to war with both Iraq and Afghanistan.

“lied” to the American people and manipulated 9-11 to get the public behind the war. Reason #1: WMDs The United States claimed Iraq possessed weapons of mass destruction. CIA 2004 report: Saddam Hussein did not possess stockpiles of illicit weapons at the time of the U.S. invasion in March 2003 and had not begun any program to produce them. Reason #2: Harbored Terrorists The United States/


1 A BRIEF STUDY MSgt Anil Lund UNCLASSIFIED. 2 IRAQ IRAQ FACTS Population: 22 million Capital: Baghdad Major languages: Arabic, Kurdish Major religion:

wounded in an assassination attempt in Baghdads Al-Mansur district. 1998 31 October - Iraq ends all forms of cooperation with the UN Special Commission to Oversee the Destruction of Iraqs Weapons of Mass Destruction (Unscom). 1998 22 November - Izzat Ibrahim al-Duri, Vice-Chairman of the RCC, escapes an assassination attempt when visiting Karbala. 10 Timeline - IRAQ Operation Desert Fox 1998 16-19 December - After UN staff are evacuated from Baghdad/


CHAPTER 16 American Foreign Policy. Learning Objectives 16.1 Discuss the formal powers of Congress and the president to conduct foreign policy under the.

though might be from earlier period (After the Persian Gulf War) 49 The Roots of American Foreign Policy Iraqi Invasion Though weapons of mass destruction were not found, the mechanism for resurgence of their chemical and biological regeneration would have been very easy (Condi Rice/National Security Adviser to George Bush) Bush with Iraq invasion had both removed a brutal dictator, Saddam Hussein, from power and restored/


Conflict in Iraq By Greg & David 4/22/08 Cperiod.

Iraqi people. They have created weapons of mass destruction like nukes, and biological weaponsThey have created weapons of mass destruction like nukes, and biological weapons They kill people for not believing in what they believe inThey kill people for not believing in what they believe in Army Ground troops in Iraq Ground troops in Iraq They came to Iraq to find Osama Binlandin They came to Iraq to find Osama Binlandin They are/


Concepts: Conflict Creates Change Conflict Resolution

government. -www.wikipedia.com Who is this man? Who hated him, and why? Invasion of Iraq causes: U.S. military intelligence indicated Saddam Hussein supported the Al Qaeda terrorist organization and was producing weapons of mass destruction. The invasion launched the Iraq War U.S. President George W. Bush wanted to: " disarm Iraq of weapons of mass destruction; end Saddam Husseins support for terrorism; to free the Iraqi people” Refueling a Cobra helicopter/


POST-WAR BRITAIN. Post-war Britain Post-war Britain The Loss of Empire The Loss of Empire a. India a. India b. Egypt b. Egypt The Search for Economic.

disarmament. Blair als ッ ÿaced intense o ー ÿosition from many Britons, including members of the Labour Party, who opposed military action against Iraq. In March 2003 British forces joined the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq, despite a failure to secure a UN resolution explicitly sanctioning the action. The subsequent failure to find weapons of mass destruction The Labour Party won its second consecutive landslide victory in the June/


A Brief History of the Jewish State

of Christian Slavs Tsarist secret police forges and publishes Protocols of the Elders of Zion (1903), describing purported Jewish conspiracy to dominate world Persecution results in mass emigration of/ Egypt (1978) and signs peace treaty with Egypt (1979) Orders destruction of Iraq’s nuclear reactor (1981) Launches Operation Peace for Galilee in response to/2000 attack Hezbollah also supports Second Intifada by financing and smuggling weapons to Palestinian terrorist groups Israel’s buffer zone in S. Lebanon/


Lessons Learned: Writing Collection of Evidence 2007 Scoring Results… Implications for Instruction Steve Pearse, Ed.D. Writing COE Specialist CAA Options.

really justify the means?… The one main reason we went over into Iraq is that we knew that they had [ties] with al quida, and the fact that they were known and believed to have weapons of mass destruction. Even the ehad of the CIA M.…said that his Intel said that there were weapons of mass destruction. We went over there to stop Writing COE Scoring Results32 “Stay and/


44.348: Advanced Seminar on Weapons of Mass Destruction and Terrorism Week 2: Chemical Weapons Dr. James Forest.

44.348: Advanced Seminar on Weapons of Mass Destruction and Terrorism Week 2: Chemical Weapons Dr. James Forest Chemical Weapon Attributes Use the toxic properties of chemical substances to cause physical or psychological harm to an / in Moscow Iraq During the 1980s, Iraq had a huge stockpile of mustard gas made with chemicals from several countries, including 500 tons of TDG manufactured in Baltimore that were sold to Iraq, via a trafficking network orchestrated by a Dutch businessman. –Iraq used mustard/


The Politics ofWeapons of Mass Destruction” The Creation of a Threat.

ofWeapons of Mass Destruction” The Creation of a Threat I. Defining the Phrase What is the best way to define “Weapons of Mass Destruction?” What is the best way to define “Weapons of Mass Destruction?” A. Origins of the Phrase 1. Origin unknown: Possibly used as early as 1937 2. Increased use in 1990s. Substitute for Soviet threat? 3. Two connotations: a. Deadliness: These weapons can cause “massdestruction/laced bombs kill 11 in Iraq 2007: Three chlorine-laced bombs kill 11 in Iraq NOT “WMD Terrorism” /


Iraq Timeline 1988-1999 1988 March - Iraq attacks Kurdish town of Halabjah with poison gas, killing thousands 1990 - Iraq invades Kuwait, prompting what.

. A massive US-led military campaign forces Iraq to withdraw in February 1991. 1991 April - Iraq subjected to weapons inspection program. 1991 April - UN-approved safe-haven established in northern Iraq to protect the Kurds. Iraq ordered to end all military activity in the area. Iraq Timeline continued… 1998 October - Iraq ends cooperation with UN Special Commission to Oversee the Destruction of Iraqs Weapons of Mass Destruction (Unscom). 1998 December - After UN staff are/


The Art of War u The highest realization of warfare is to attack the enemy’s plans; next is to attack their alliances; next to attack their army; and.

of Lebanon, the destruction of Gaza, the ongoing war in Iraq, the question of Palestinian statehood, regional aggression and military provocation. To date, peace in the Middle East seems a distant dream for the majority of/ Department for Disarmament Affairs, 2002 Conventional Arms Branch CD Secretariat and Conference Support Branch (Geneva) Weapons of Mass Destruction Branch Monitoring, Database and Information Branch Regional Disarmament Branch Under-Secretary-General for Disarmament Affairs Director and/


1990-2011 TIMELINE Take notes on some of the major events that occurred in U.S. History from 1990-2012. 1988 was also a great year to remember… without.

.S. 4th Infantry Division. 2004 February 3, 2004 - The Central Intelligence Agency admits that the imminent threat from weapons of mass destruction was not present before the 2003 Iraq war began. July 4, 2004 - The groundbreaking ceremony for the Freedom Tower at Ground Zero, the former site of the World Trade Center complex destroyed during the September 11, 2001 attacks, occurs in New York City. November/


ESSENTIALS OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS. Chapter 8 War and Strife.

warfare—weapons can be limited in time and space; precise targeting; easily available  Problems: chemical weapons; indiscriminate Weapons of mass destruction (WMD)—nuclear, chemical, biological  Problems: radiation, indiscriminate How Wars Are Fought Unconventional warfare—ignores conventions of war /The View from Iran Iran’s decision was propelled by U.S. invasion of Iraq and its identification of Iran as part of “axis of evil,” even after post-9/11 intelligence information suggested otherwise. Based on/


Plagiarism and Copyright in Technology As Part Of Digital Responsibility.

Former Australian Prime Minister John Howard (Held Office March 11, 1996 – December 3, 2007) March 20, 2003 “ As the possession of weapons of mass destruction spreads, the danger of such weapons coming into the hands of terrorist groups will multiply, particularly given in this case the shameless association of Iraq with rogue non-state organizations. That is the ultimate nightmare which the world must take decisive and effective steps to/


Attitudes to War L/O: To examine how ideas such as the Just War influence people’s attitudes to war. Start: Think of films about, or containing war, or.

Hitler is wanting to expand Germany and is thought to consider people who are not Germanic as lesser beings. He has already invaded Poland. Blair’s Dilemma: Iraq It is suspected that Saddam Hussein has weapons of mass destruction which he could use against the West. He is also responsible for crimes against humanity. Cameron’s Dilemma: Libya Colonel Gaddafi is massacring his own people/


This is a lot of history to cover in a class period, but Mrs. Sunda will try her best to get through it and educate you all about why the world is the.

people No need for an invasion of Iraq *2001-2003- Following the 9/11 attacks, U.S. suspicion of Iraq increases. *2002- Bush administration agrees that Iraq has weapons of mass destruction, despite United Nations inspections which found no sign of weapons of mass destruction. *2002-2003-World powers push for further investigation. *March 20, 2003- American and British troops invade Iraq. *December 2003- Saddam Hussein is captured and no weapons of mass destruction are discovered. *2004- 9/11/


SS7H2d Explain U.S. presence and interest in Southwest Asia; include the Persian Gulf conflict and invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq. Concepts: Conflict.

: U.S. military intelligence indicated Saddam Hussein supported the Al Qaeda terrorist organization and was producing weapons of mass destruction. The invasion launched the Iraq War (also called Operation Iraqi Freedom and Second Persian Gulf War) U.S. President George W. Bush wanted to: " disarm Iraq of weapons of mass destruction; end Saddam Husseins support for terrorism; to free the Iraqi people” Refueling a Cobra helicopter B-2A Bomber The world/


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