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U.S. INVADED IRAQ IN 2003
Why U.S. Invade Iraq 2003
invasion of Iraq has a number of forceful effects that relate to the influence of the 9/11 occurrence in the country. The then U.S. president who happened to have been President Bush pushed for the U.S. invasion of Iraq amidst the actions that Saddam had done to the U.S. In most avenues of performance, it is clear that the U.S. attack on Iraq was brought under an infuriated situation. The demand for the U.S. To invade Iraq came from the sensitive reactions and relations between Bush and the then Iraq president Hussein. Many nations in the world have engaged in war and not because of the ideological differences. Rather, the invasions and conflicts that have been experienced in many nations are related to the general balance of power. Many of the nations that have been experiencing the urgency to be part of the changing avenues have always trended towards the coincidental effects in order to try to obtain power from other nations. This is as happened in the United States of America when Bush pushed for the country to engage in war with Iraq.
The U.S. had direct many reasons and compositions at influencing the general avenues of the incursion of Iraq in 2003. Terrorism is one of the detrimental aspects in the world. Iraq had acted out of terrorism towards the U.S. In the opening and the occurrence of the 9/11 events. Because of terrorism, there have occurred varied incidences of people and property being destroyed. The increase in knowledge and skill among the people has led to devolution and evolution of destructive weapons that have been named as weapons of mass destruction in the developed nations. Besides this, there has been a shift of power in the paradigms of military exemplifications. Moreover, the existence and promotion of sovereignty and stability of peace observance are advanced within the general aspects of independence in the world. On the other hand, it has become relevant to have equitable measures of assuring the people of their immediate stability when it comes to handling of matters of intermediate relations in the world. In order to foster an equitable plan for managing the available avenues of production in the market, there is great chance and possibility of seeing many nations engage in conflicts as experienced in the first and the second world wars.
The U.S. was in a huge influence and intention to invade Iraq. The urgency over the occurrences that had invaded the nation are directed to have been related to the 9/11 U.S. invasion in Iraq. There are many reasons that have been established as the trigger mechanism towards the evolution and promotion of war in Iraq. In some situations, the mechanistic reasons that relate to the 9/11 terrorist attacks. There was great urgency for the U.S. To launch attacks on the natural state of the U.S. Many nations had their immediate and long-term influence before and after the occurrence of the 9/11 attacks. For instance, the Great Britain, Germany, France, and even some of the African countries had some influence towards the occurrence of the war. In order to secure a stable avenue of maintaining its relations with the U.S. And end enmity that was building up between Iraq and the states, many nations were in support of the U.S. The issue of relevance was within the manufacture and use of the WMD that was at its peak in 2003.
Many nations were linked to the protocol and agreements of the United Nations Act. These nations had a solid agreement that encouraged them to embrace peace and hence not participate in any procedure of trying to manufacture WMD. The occurrence of the first and the Second World War had demonstrated how destructive and inhuman people could act on one another if WMD were allowed in the world. This reason drove America to have a grudge over the government that was in existence in Iraq. The occurrences in Hiroshima and Nagasaki showed how much there was an immediate need to influence nations not to attack one another with WMD.
In Iraq, Saddam Hussein was in pole position over the conspiracy that WMD were being manufactured under his authority. The influence of the UN and many other arms of governments did not have any impact on stopping the occurrences of criminal activities in the world. Some nations were not for the fact that there was any need for the U.S. To attack Iraq. The drive within the incursion was to show and demonstrate to the world that the U.S. was ready to fight against the manufacture and use of WMD in the world. What infuriated and triggered an increase in efforts towards the attack was the refusal of the government of Saddam Hussein to surrender the many weapons and other chemicals of mass destruction that had been alleged to be stocked for use. The Iraqi government under the dominion and brutal activities had attracted the interests of the other nations to provide intermediary measures.
Iraq under the leadership of Saddam Hussein had initiated many threats and disrespect for humanity. This was possible with the nature in which the government has participated in a number of events that showed use of WMD. Therefore, the entire world was behind the acts of the U.S. If Iraq was not cooperating to get rid of the weapons as agreed in the terms and conditions of the United Nations agreement. The U.S. was acting with respect that the Iraqi government as a threat to its people and the country as a whole. Moreover, the failure of the inspection mechanisms influenced by the United Nations was another demonstration of the need for an external force to act in order to eradicate the alleged WMD in the country. As a matter of fact, it was evident that all the available evidence were leading to a realization of WMD ready for use in the country yet the government was in full denial of the act. The intention of the 2003 attacks was to destroy the government of Hussein, destroy the weapons that had been alleged, and restore human freedom and stability in the region.
When the first Gulf War in 1991 ended, the U.N. Iraq forced to remove or dispose all its biological and toxic weapons. This SC Resolution additionally commanded the reinstatement of Iraq's self-government and the functioning of permits against Iraq. The United Nations Special Commission (UNSCOM) did a number of inspections in Iraq to ensure that the situations on the agreements that took place after the first Gulf War were done. Bush was behind every move that ensured that there was equitable management of the weapons in the world as happened in Iraq. The act of inspecting weapons was thrown out of Iraq in December of 1998. When the entire aspect had no made inclusions of finding more weapons in Iraq, the U.S. stepped up their intention to invade the country.
The objective was to target and strike the military and security stations in Iraq that gave the country an innate capability and strength to produce and use WMD. The disagreement was directed at the U.N. inspectors' right of entry to a variety of 'sensitive sites' and presidential palaces. The inspectors of weapons were not allowed into Iraq until November 2002. This was when and after the U.N. SC had attained its resolution 1441.
The U.S. invasion on Iraq in 2003 had declared and undeclared motives. Many of the motive that foreign nations took was unwarranted. The Bush administration publicly announced motives behind invasion to the American public after 9/11 attacks to win the hearts and minds of the Americans. Some of the reasons behind the invasion, which were declared publicly, included the presence of WMD, Saddam Hussein links to terrorist groups, especially Al Qaeda, and the possibility of terror groups acquiring the WMD becoming a threat to the U.S. home. The reasons also included promoting democracy in the Middle East by toppling dictatorship regimes and free the Iraqis of such regimes, promoting the war on terror after 9/11 attacks. The Bush administration had to make further considerations of the fact that it was possible to alleviate the occurrence of the 9/11 in the U.S. In order to have a major influence on the power that was related to the occurrence and ownership of weapons of mass destruction, Bush advocated for secreted intentions to invade Iraq.
However, the undeclared motives which yet to be of great debate are greatly of concern to U.S. national interests. Bush had to take varied approaches that were directed at influencing a positive perception from the members of the public. For instance, he made relations between the Iraq government and the certainties of conflicts between the two nations infuriated by Saddam Hussein. Some of the reasons included controlling a secure region of an important oil source, Avenging after 9/11 by going to pre-emptive war and to some extent Saddam's attempt…[continue]
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