• Join over 1.2 million students every month
  • Accelerate your learning by 29%
  • Unlimited access from just £6.99 per month

Argument Construction - Terrorism

Extracts from this document...

Introduction

ARGUMENT CONSTRUCTION Terrorism is a political tactic usually employed by those with relatively few resources compared to there chosen advisories, designed to accomplish certain discreet objectives on the cheap. The definition of terrorism can be put forth as "an act of violence and intimidations to achieve political aims". This definition makes you think that is it worth the governments while to negotiate with terrorists or not? Trying to negotiate with someone (terrorists) that threatens you is a very difficult task to overcome; it involves a lot of patients and toleration. This is exactly what our government has been doing, it has been patient and has been tolerating the treats from the terrorists but how long can the government stay silent for. ...read more.

Middle

Information about Iraq's weapons of mass destruction is already in public domain from UN reports and from Iraqi defectors, this clearly points that Iraq continues to posses these weapons and also shows that Iraq, has refurbished sites formally associated with the production of chemical and biological agents and it indicates that Iraq remains able to manufacture these agents and deliver them via bomb, shells artillery rockets and ballistic missiles. In Blair's dossiers it says where the funding of these weapons come in, it briefly sets out how Iraq is able to finance its weapons programme drawing on illicit earnings generated outside the UN control. In 2001 Iraq gathered $3 billon illegally. ...read more.

Conclusion

Looking at this recent war on terrorism can we say it was a success? Using arms would not solve terrorism, as you can see from the above example and also we have at hand a perfect example of the present state of the conflict between Israel and Palestine, there are no negations going on between the two, so Israel has sent it army into Palestine to get rid of the terrorists there and the Palestinians going into Israel tied with bombs on them selves. As you can see from this essay we can only overcome terrorism by negotiating. There for the government should negotiate with terrorists. Adnan Shah (Danny) ...read more.

The above preview is unformatted text

This student written piece of work is one of many that can be found in our GCSE Morality of War section.

Found what you're looking for?

  • Start learning 29% faster today
  • 150,000+ documents available
  • Just £6.99 a month

Not the one? Search for your essay title...
  • Join over 1.2 million students every month
  • Accelerate your learning by 29%
  • Unlimited access from just £6.99 per month

See related essaysSee related essays

Related GCSE Morality of War essays

  1. Domestic violence.

    Indeed this is a common worry within the author's own clinical area. For the purpose of 9699564 this study, the author has asked many midwives with varying years of experience within her own clinical area, how they feel about asking women about domestic violence.

  2. Analysis of speech extract: Tony Blair

    "Insecurity spreads like a contagion." This is a simile, explaining the way in which insecurity spreads. It likens it to a contagion, an infection. Having similes and metaphors, is again evidence that there is little or no justification for what Tony Blair is saying and doing.

  1. Free essay

    The Role of the Accident Compensation Corporation in the Prevention of Family Violence in ...

    There is insufficient evidence of the effectiveness of education programmes for perpetrators to justify ACC's investment in this area. ACC does not involve itself in home visits or in working with families however, as a provider of rehabilitation and care services for people with injuries it does have significant contact

  2. Nelson Mandela, "Little more than a terrorist" or "An abused leader of his people"?

    causing the violence do not stop then he looks like he is out of control of his own people. Source H is explaining what life was like on Robben Island but in the second source it an Australian journalist talks to Mandela and asks him what life was like.

  1. Barrington Dyer and develops the inception of this report, its thesis, and motivation as ...

    they have impacted other countries and groups; specifically, North Korea, India/Pakistan, Iran, Iraq. Through close examination of U.S. policy and case studies of United States interaction with the countries in question, we look to reveal these policies, objectives and concerns while calling attention to the ethical question surrounding them.

  2. Christians in developed countries.

    The Final Judgment tells us and explains that if we do not use the responsibilities of the Christian faith to help those in need, we shall be punished. In this passage God tells the righteous people that whenever they

  1. Compare how the construction of your chosen scenes illustrates different approaches to screen violence. ...

    The crowd circling the fight are all shouting and jeering, this again has been emphasised to create a brutal atmosphere. When Tyler begins to fight, the sound of the crowd is muffled and all we can hear is the fighting.

  2. ‘Everyone has the right to life, liberty and security’ (UN Dec. Human Rites) - ...

    Britain fought against Germany because they were being unfair. 3) The war was declared to prevent Hitler from entering other areas. 4) Britain had tried to previously appease Germany, but it had not worked. 5) Peace was re-established. Most Christians also believe that wars are permitted if they are holy wars.

  • Over 160,000 pieces
    of student written work
  • Annotated by
    experienced teachers
  • Ideas and feedback to
    improve your own work