The Iraq war, which began after the 9/11 attacks, were founded on misleading or false premises that the United States sustained in front of the world´s nations and which later all proved to be inaccurate, especially the case of Iraq having and developing weapons of mass destruction (which were never found). The war in Iraq destabilized the country and the region in general, to this day, and the civilian population of that country suffered the greatest consequences, often even with their lives.
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The Iraq War is a subject of much debate because of the way the United States government decided to invade the Middle East country.
The Security Council of the United Nations had sent "blue helmets" soldiers to verify the existence of mass destruction weapons in Iraq, and have confirmed nothing. US President George W. Bush did not wait until the Security Council had a final decision and he decided to sent troops to invade Iraq under the argument that Sadam Hussein had many mass destruction weapons. The controversy increased when the US troops and UN "blue helmets" did not find any evidence about those weapons.
to it’s stable government, it has been able to accept refugees from somalia and south sudan. (apex)
powers are denied to the national governmentin three distinct ways: some powers, such as the power to levy duties on exports or prohibit the freedom of religion, speech, press, or assembly, are expressly denied to the national government in the constitution.