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Ethics In Justifying The Isis War
Length: 6 pages (1737 Words)
Ethics in Justifying the ISIS War
Ends and means are directly related during conflicts and are crucial concepts to consider. The recent attack against the ISIS give end and means weight that requires in-depth discussion today. The relationship between the consequential ethical concepts is a guiding light of the whole conflict, and defines the subjective decision to wage war (Robins-Early 2). Yet, the concepts also guide conduct during such wars, to justify actions. It is evident that there exists interesting components to evaluating the relationship between ends and means. In 2013, the Secretary of Defense tabled the end he and the president were seeking and the ways of achieving these proposals. The remarks of the secretary would have made many comfortable with the idea that destroying ISIS fit within the right to wage war. Indeed, the Just War Theory states five criteria that the conflict met. These include declaration of the war by an authority, which in most cases is the state (Thiroux 43). The war also has to be declared as one pursing a just cause, must have a proportionate response, and be used as a last resort with large levels of success. The conflict met the four criteria subjectively, given the wide coalition centered on destroying the ISIS. Therefore it is necessary to understand whether the calls for just war and the desire to end the military extremism using military force are justified.