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Publicēts: 23.05.2016.
Valoda: Latviešu
Līmenis: Augstskolas
Literatūras saraksts: 6 vienības
Atsauces: Nav
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The two leaders met in Moscow in 1949 when they agreed to provide support technically and financially for the invasion. In addition, Stalin supported Soviet soldiers, some of whom got killed in the invation. Invading another country is a criminal act. Most scholars have also pointed out the case of the invation of Iraq by America and its allies (Rothe & Mullins, 2011).
Structural Violence
The Korean nation and participating allies were hit by resentments during the war, where social structures prevented some groups of the Korean population from accessing basic human rights like education and healthcare. Hunger and poverty are magnificent examples of what is known as “Structural Violence” - physical and psychological harm that results from exploitative and unjust social, political, and economic systems during the war. This can be attributed to the parties of interest during the war (Blum, 2003).

In summary, the Korean War has helped to shape the future of the world in understanding the benefits of staying in a peaceful environment. It also helped improve the technological advancement in the industrial sector. Some of the most profound scholars also affirm that the principle of law and competitive equality and the free markets have had far-reaching consequences to the humans by creating irreducible ends in themselves. War crimes are issues that have to be resolved in a proper manner for a peaceful existence in the future.

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