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¿Esto suena natural? MILITARY FORCE



I am of the opinion that the use of military force is sometimes justifiable. Just as the existence of the police is justified as long as there is a crime, I think that there are many contexts that justify military power as long as international conflicts do not cease.



First of all, in some situations, military force is necessary for self-defense. In my opinion, it is almost a truism. Almost no one would denounce the European nations that fought against the Nazi invasion for violating the idea of pacifism. It is evident that everyone has the right to fight the enemies that threaten his peace and security.



Secondly, there are times when military force is needed to protect people in danger. Although it was triggered by Japan’s attack on Pearl Harbor, the United States’ participation in the battle with the Axis powers can be cited as an example.

Without the participation of the United States, the Allied victory over the Nazis must have been difficult.



Lastly, the use of military force can prevent the loss of human lives. For example, the civil war in Sierra Leone in 1991 could have been minimized if the major powers had taken massive action. Other similar examples in history could be found, such as the Rwandan genocide. (213)



For the reasons mentioned above, it is acceptable for a nation to use military force in some cases.



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