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  1. Introduction
  2. Jus ad bellum
  3. Jus in bellum
  4. Conclusion

Just two days after the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1991, Saddam Hussain became a new threat to the world order. Saddam Hussain, who had deliberately violated the international rules by aggressing Kuwait, one of his Arab neighbours as a result of which the war against Iraq became inevitable. Ten years later have been passed and yet the situation in the Gulf region remains unsolved. Ten years have been passed and yet the situation in the Gulf region remains unsolved. The people in Iraq have been suffering for more than a decade and Saddam Hussain who remained in power is suspected of having pursued his nuclear intentions.

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