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The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria is shocking; it seems impossible to be true. ISIS is a Sunni jihadist group with violent ideology that calls itself a caliphate and religious authority. Organized rebel militias were engaging in combat with government troops in cities around and near Syria and Iraq. ISIS is known for public executions, crucifixions and other acts during this. But how did Isis get to this point? This paper will be analyzing the uprising of ISIS, the...
Development is a very controversial issue. In fact, each state can be considered as a living unity capable of action, and each nation in the world has a peculiar personalized history. For this reason, the conditions that allow a particular development change from state to state, considering different variables such as the composition of the territory, the character of the population, the geographical position on the map, the international relations developed from its origin to today. In this essay I...
When the Bush administration launched the invasion of Iraq in 2003, many news media outlets at the time portrayed the invasion as a response to 9/11. However, evidence suggests that a different motive was the primary reason for invasion, and that 9/11 among other reasons such as Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) and oil fields, were nothing more than excuses to justify the invasion. This essay will argue that the Bush Administration invaded Iraq in 2003 in order to strengthen...
The aim of this report is to understand Iraq’s refugee crisis, and analyse how it has come about. The report will start with general background information about Iraq, explaining their refugee situation. Following that, an evaluation of the international community. Finally, an outline of the actions within the international community in which help the refugee crisis. What causes people to become refugees in Iraq? Iraq is ranked as the 9th top country in which the most refugees flee from. One...