Topic 6.2 - The Just War Theory.

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  • Topic 6.2 - The Just War Theory
    • What is the just war theory?
      • The main aim of the theory is to limit warfare and the effects of war.
    • When is it just to go to war?
  • So war only occurs when absolutely necassary amd for just reasons, and is thought in a way which minimises the harm done.
    • The main aim of the theory is to limit warfare and the effects of war.
  • War must be the last resort.
    • When is it just to go to war?
  • There must be a serious threat.
    • There must be some chance of success.
      • The ultimate goal must be the restoration of peace!
        • Whats the problems with the just war theory?
          • Topic 6.2 - The Just War Theory
            • What is the just war theory?
            • Civil wars where governments harm their own people
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          • Conflicts which intend to remove a dictator or a government and replace it with a democracy.
            • Whats the problems with the just war theory?
              • Civil wars where governments harm their own people

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