War in Iraq
Research papers on The War in Iraq illustrate that firm lines have been drawn between supporters and those who oppose military action. You may want to point out that while no war could be declared “good” by nature, the war in Iraq against a sadistic dictator is justified. To prove this justification in the term paper it is important to clarify the real issues behind the war. It is not a war for oil, or a war against religion. The war in iraq is a war against a regime that has no regard for human life, dignity, or freedom. Additionally, it is a war aimed at removing a dictator who poses ongoing threat to Middle East and world peace.
The U.S. war against Iraq has sent every individual in the world a clear message: doing the right thing is sometimes the hardest task of all. When President Bush committed U.S. soldiers to fight, many of whom are too young to buy alcohol, he knew that some would die. Additionally, supporters of the war knew that there would be a high price to pay. Yet all of these individuals also believed that the fight against evil must continue in order to make the world a safer place for all, even those who openly condemned the American action.