ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846
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New Battles

   New Battles With the fall of Baghdad, the war in Iraq is rapidly assuming many hues. The apparent success of the coalition forces in toppling the Saddam Hussein regime has led to a sneaking reevaluation of the war, a retrospective justification. Nothing would be more deplorable and in the long run damaging to the UN system than to condone a war that had failed to garner support in the UN Security Council. The US decision to take pre-emptive action on Iraq remains an unjustified and unsanctioned intervention that has challenged the legitimacy of the UN. To what extent the damage can be repaired will depend on a number of factors, including member-countries

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