“"Fascism" was the ideology of the movement that, under the leadership of Benito Mussolini, seized power in Italy in 1922 and held power until the Allied invasion of Italy in World War II” 18. “An attempt to provide fascism with a fully articulated theory was made by an Italian neo-Hegelian philosopher of some distinction, Giovanni Gentile, who was converted to fascism after Mussolini's coup.” 19. “But fascism equally opposed socialism, which preached class war and trade unionism and thus served only to divide the nation” 20. “Revolutionized society in such a way that the socialist critique was no longer relevant” 21. “Fascism's debts to the more extreme and fanatic elements of the nineteenth-century left wing” 22.
War itself has a very specific definition, which it is useful to mention here because we have to know what war is before we can determine whether or not it is just. War must be understood as "an actual, intentional and widespread armed conflict between political communities" (Orend, 2005). Fistfights, gang rumbles, family feuds and other such endeavors are not wars (Orend, 2005). Classical war "is international war, a war between different states, like the two World Wars. But just as frequent is war within a state between rival groups or communities, like the American Civil War" (Orend, 2005).
This allegiance derives the King's authority from his inheritance and the common knowledge that this is the way the political order in the country should be determined. Henry has substituted this for his own power and become king, not from any legitimate, traditional claim but simply because he has a military superiority over the legitimate king and the desire to get rid of Richard. The usurpation of Richard II leads to serious repercussions such as an uprising of Welsh supporters of the slain King against Henry IV. However, the play additionally investigates the theme of honor and the character development of Prince Hal. The following essay will detail how far "Henry IV Part One" is a play that explores the consequences and civil
Military interactions were based on the technology such as trench warfare, submarines, airplanes and tanks. The three categories mentioned above controlled these interactions because each category was responsible for the interactions. For example diplomacy controlled what countries participated in the war and who those countries fought. Battles for example are an obvious interaction to which side is winning. Governments of countries for example often had to keep their peoples under control participating in the war and having mixed feelings/ opinions of the war.
During history it seems that nationalism manifested its self in an era of colapse of bounderies, economic expansion, mas migration, general insecurity, drastic militarisation, which finaly led to war. Nations went to war against all that, in an atempt to preserve the things taken away by the string of events pointed out earlier. The chalenge of modernity forced ancient ethnic groups to find new ways to ensure their survival by obtaining either power sharing or separate states. In general both modernists and nationalist agree that modernism provides the main reasons for nationalist conflicts. In that context globalization has been described either the next logical step from modernism or as a separate event called postmodernity.
We have conflicting values protecting our country and the rise of communism. Ideological theorists claim that the Soviets and the Americans so believed in the superiority of their respective values and beliefs that they were willing to fight a cold war to
According to political realism, war is inevitable in an international system where anarchy is the rule. As power-hungry individuals lead their states in pursuit of the national interest, fulfilment of the latter can sometimes only be achieved through conflict or the use of force. Thucydides discusses war and conflict at length in his History of the Peloponnesian War and comes to the conclusion that “What made war inevitable was the growth of Athenian power and the fear which this caused in Sparta.” Here he has identified one of the main reasons for war: fear. As Thucydides sees fear as one of the universal human characteristics leading to an evil human nature and thus evil human behaviour, it can be seen that, for Thucydides, war is an inevitable feature of the international system. With the Balance of Power destabilising, which, according to Thucydides, is the only means to achieve peace, the growth of power in Athens caused the Spartans to feel more and more insecure and thus they started to prepare to defend themselves.
With the enlargement of empires, the Great Powers advanced their military resources for their protection. The Great Powers found war as a solution for conflicts as well as, attain their goals. In order to protect its empire, Britain introduced the largest
These two parties got into many debates about who had the better ideas for the government and say that which party should be dominant or to have total power in the government. In Document B, Washington in his farewell address states that the “domination of one faction over another… is itself a frightful despotism…”.Washington states that if one party is in command then the United States will become unified and most likely get into a civil war. Washington warned of the danger of political parties,