In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- For the best part of 150 years, progressive opinion has seen the Civil War as a just war.
- I think this will be a just war, although all conflict is unwelcome, because sometimes it is the least bad option.
- It is a serious budget for a serious war - a just war that must be fought, won and paid for.
- Wars, even just wars like World War II, are inherently awful, but sometimes they are necessary, and sometimes, as in Kosovo, bombing actually works.
- Because of this, the war could not be seen as a just war, and would set a terrible precedent for the future conduct of international affairs.
- Most other parliamentarians are wary of upsetting the prevailing orthodoxy that this war is a just war.
- The Second World War was a just war, but the Allies did not always fight it with just means.
- Most states believe that all their wars are just wars, but reality often differs.
- On this basis alone, it might be said, the just war argument fails.
- Because of this influence very responsible people and social leaders argue for justifiable anger and even just wars.
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