* Ideology Ideology is a system of concepts regarding how things ought to be organised. Teams of individuals could have competitive thoughts and ideations, this will cause conflict. An example of this can be the cold war, in which the USA and also the Soviet Union had competitive political and economic ideologies after the world war ll. * Politics This issue is split into two areas, International Politics and Internal Politics. International politics is engulfed with potential sources of war and conflict, like border disputes and disputes over territory, as shown within the current conflicts in India, Pakistan
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).
Continuous conflict has consistently caused detrimental effects on human society. On the one hand, the selfish desires of a nation can cause many others to suffer pain as the actions of one can inflict sadness on another. The past can change how the society view conflict as a whole and can influence long-term effects. However, others feel that human nature has forced us to act with whatever means necessary to achieve sustainability, thus conflict and its hardships are in fact inevitable. History has shown that conflict begins as a result of individuals, groups and even nation’s desires to their needs, beliefs and interests.
Germany was not happy about losing all this land as it made them smaller, it damaged the economy and they lost colonies to make them look stronger and to help them if another war broke out. Another reason Germany was unhappy was because they were force to take war guilt. Germany had to take all of the blame for the war. This made Germany angry as they did not actually start the war and there were other people involved. Germany also had to pay reparation.
Because of impossibility. Slavery was a big cause of the war because the institution was so important. It plays into all of the controversy. It was not the institution of slavery directly but the more abstract concept of slavery of enslavement. It was the fear help by America in the north and south that their own freedoms was endangered and they was about to be enslaved.
War is Demeaning, American Sniper by Chris Kyle When one considers the act of war, abhorrence and aggression typically come to mind. Hateful actions committed during times of war, are driven by differing perspectives and ideologies. Although war and its consequences can be recognized as being justifiable, there is one aspect which has ceased to be questioned. War is demeaning; every faction involved willingly uses excessive force against one another in order to achieve their goals, knowingly destroying a group’s well-being. During a war, the opposing sides tend to pursue extreme measures against each other in order to fulfill their motives; usually political, economic, or ethical.
This means that politics places itself above war and modify it to suit its needs, with Clausewitz arguments, it is difficult to think of war as something apart from politics. The Clausewitz's theory underwent a lot of criticism by the end of the Cold War due to the transformational changes that took place in the international system which altered the nature of war (Shaw
It isn't right to take up arms without adequate reason. Adequate reason unquestionably incorporates self-protection against a demonstration of hostility, however, what else may give admirable motivation to a war is hard to recognize. The barrier of others against an attacker country may well be adequate defence for war. It is less evident whether pre-emptive strikes against a country that could possibly represent a danger meet this condition. Proper Authority The second condition is that war must be proclaimed by a legitimate specialist, a delegate of a country.
While the Han and Roman empires declined socially from epidemic disease and wealth problems, they differed in the fact that Rome partially declined because of unequal land distribution and the Han declined because the dispute between the ruling elites. While Rome had suffered from political decline due to unequal land distribution, the Han struggled because of unequal power with the ruling elites. Unequal land distribution caused uproar in the economy which made the lower class citizens upset because the land was being unequally and unfairly distributed. A prime example is the Latifundia. They specialized in agriculture destined for export, and were run by
There were several consequences that developed due to the rise of religious fundamentalism that proved to be detrimental on both the regional and global scale. On the regional scale, the rise of religious fundamentalists that were known for their violent nature created political instability and the rise of authoritarian regimes in response as extremists threatened the secular foundations of independent states. Making matters worse, the extremist stance and violent methods that the religious fundamentalists adopted translated into the constant disruptions of peace processes which led to the protraction of regional conflicts. While not all religious fundamentalists had a global outreach, those groups that did have the international network played a critical role in the rise of global terrorism and the undermining of international law due to their illegal and brutal actions. Evidently, the impacts of the rise of religious fundamentalism was undeniably significant and detrimental on both a regional and global level.