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An armed conflict including one or more governments, and causing the death of 1,000 or more people per year
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Supreme Court Senior Associate Justice Antonio Carpio, one of the people behind the Philippines' arbitral victory on the South China Sea, had been countering Duterte's claim that enforcing the award means going to war with China.
In fact, the question rises: Do we have a script other than fretting about China going to war? Are we ready to do our own theater and show we do care about our territorial waters?
And, according to the inquiry papers, he returned a "changed man" and ordered spy chiefs to "find the intelligence" to justify going to war.
Ex-Cabinet minister Clare Short has told the Iraq Inquiry that the Attorney General "misled" the Government over the case for going to war.
The real scandal therefore is that the UK Government knew for several months that it was going to war with Iraq.
GOING TO WAR: CREATING COMPUTER WAR GAMES is for any programmer or IT industry person who wants to know how to get started with game programming.
GORDON Brown's decision to give MPs a vote on going to war was attacked by two former defence chiefs yesterday.
Democratic leaders, recall, supported President Bush's decision to send our troops into Iraq, despite the fact that under our Constitution the decision to go to war belongs to Congress, not the president--and our nation had no business going to war against Iraq in the first place.
We were going to war in Iraq with about 100,000 fewer troops than the ground commanders believed were needed.
The Power To Persuade: FDR, The Newsmagazines, And Going To War, 1939-1941 by Micheal G.
There can hardly be a more grave act imaginable than to dupe a democracy into going to war, but that is what Bush has done, as the Downing Street Memo clearly indicates.
Robertson replied, "Rather than going to war. One day, we're going to have to go to war, I'm afraid, if he continues his policy....