Iraq

Is Iraq worth the Life of a single British Soldier?

“The purpose of British troops in Iraq is to discover and destroy any weapons of mass destruction,” said the defence minister, Geoffrey Hoon, regarding the deployment of troops to the Gulf in coalition with American forces. The consequential expulsion of the regime of Saddam Hussein has, no doubt, benefited a country suffering from years of …

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Democracy

True Formation of Democracy Is imposed democracy still a democracy? We will get different answers if that question is asked. But what is a democracy anyway? Democracy is ruling of a country by people not by one man. My personal thought about this is that this sounds too good to be true. It may be …

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Comparative analysis

Comparative Analysis These two letters put forward by Arnold Mann and Cynthia O”Keefe, I protested against Vietnam – but this is different and Please, Mr Howard, give peace a chance respectively, give two sides to an issue making headlines all over the world. These two articles use different techniques and ways of writing in order …

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the eco of war

The United States Economy is being negatively impacted by the prospect of war with Iraq. Many times uncertainty about the future has an even more negative effect on the economy than being involved in the actual war. This seems to be the case with the United States as we continue to anticipate a change in …

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President Clinton

Controversy can be found all over the news, and our government is usually right in the heat of this. Sunday’s speech by president Bush on our position in Iraq was no exception. While making a comparison between two news articles on this same subject many differences can be found. One article is taken from the …

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