The Iarq War

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History

 

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Lorenzo C

 

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August 25, 2015

 

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University

 

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A

 

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The U.S. claimed that the invasion of Iraq was legal under international law, given that Iraq had remained in breach of its obligations under “relevant Security Council resolutions”: actions which terminated the formal cease-fire established by Security Council resolution (SCR) 687, thereby reviving the authority of SCR 678, constituting the right of member states to use “all necessary means” against Iraq for the purposes of upholding and implementing SCR 660 (1190) and other relevant resolutions of the security council, and restoring peace and security in the region ( Hmoud; UN SCR 678(2))...
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Furthermore, the second justification provided by the U.S. for the invasion of Iraq was that the U.S. was acting under its “inherent right” to self defense, a right that is explicitly stated in chapter VII, article 51 of the UN charter and also enforced by the extension of this treaty into customary international law...
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