Saturday, 15 October 2016

Just (Guardian) Opinions:
Complete with Spelling Mistakes (of course!)


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  • EU
  • NHS
  • Grammar Schools
  • 'Al Qaeda'
  • Labour Party Turmoil
  • Syria
  • Prison Privatisation
  • Defence Issues
  • Jeremy Corbyn
  • The Pope
  • The Queen
  • Terrorist acts
  • Chinese Pollution Event
  • ... and more


When is military intervention justified? When the circumstances demand it? When the benefits outweigh the dangers? When it saves more lives than it destroys? When there is general/UN support? When identified objectives can be achieved? When it is legal - i.e. when invited or in self-defence? To prevent genocide? Kosovo generally regarded as a success, whilst Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya and Syria not. Why?
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