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  1. The 'just war tradition' and 'holy War tradition'
  2. The reason of a war, and the benefit for a country
  3. How organisations such as UN (United Nations) or NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organisation) can affect warfare ?

This essay will be discussing why warfare can never be justified on moral grounds. The investigation will be about warfare and whether it is justifiable on moral grounds or not. To begin with this essay, the investigation and discussion will be about just the war tradition and the holy wars (religious/political war) and how they relate to warfare. The essay will then move on to explain why warfare cannot be justified on moral grounds. This will be done by discussing and defining why wars take place and whether or not countries benefit from them. The essay will also look at factual statistics on casualties that happened in certain wars, for example, World War II to give an outline of the consequences left behind. These statistics will help to determine why warfare can never be justified on moral grounds.

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