Just War Doctrine And The Gulf Conflict

Just War Doctrine and the Gulf Conflict In evaluating US involvement in the Iraq conflict in terms of the Just War Doctrine – jus ad bellum and jus in bello – it is my opinion that the US adhered to the Doctrine in its entirety. The US acted justly both in its entering into the […]

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Fairness doctrine

Fairness Doctrine as the name suggests is a system of the Federal Communication Commission (FCC).The system was introduced in the year 1949. The reason for this policy was in order to convey conditions to the production and owner of broadcast license to arrive in a clear way the disputed issues. The policy obliged the holders […]

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Sovereign Immunity

The doctrine of sovereign immunity states that a sovereign administration cannot be sued if that sovereign authority has not given its consent to be sued (Lectric Law Library). In effect, the doctrine bans the filing of a case against it (Minnesota Department of Administration). In the legal doctrines of the United States, it states that […]

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Political Question Doctrine

The United States governmental system, as framed by the Constitution when the nation itself was founded, is designed as a system of checks and balances, which is to say that the legislative, judicial, and executive branches of federal government are intended to serve as watchdogs over one another, as a means of ensuring that one […]

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