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Select all causes of war.
To protect a community
To start injustice
Gain land and resources
What is war?
A violent protest
A large scale conference
A large scale violent conflict
A large scale violent gathering
Who developed the Just War Theory?
Select all examples of a just cause for war.
To defend the innocent
To gain land
To gain resources such as oil
How many criteria did Aquinas suggest for a just war?
Select all which are conditions of a just war
War must be lawfully declared by a government
Innocent civilians should not be killed
Peace must be restored at the end
There must be a reasonable chance of success
There must be proportionality
What does WMD stand for?
Weapons of Multiple Deaths
Weapons of Mass Destruction
Weapons of Mass Deaths
Weapons of Maximum Destruction
Select all weapons of mass destruction.
Select 2 cities in history which have been attacked by nuclear weapons.
What is nuclear deterrence?
A military doctrine that an enemy will be deterred from using nuclear weapons if they could be destroyed as a consequence.
A military doctrine that an enemy will be encouraged to use nuclear weapons to protect their country.
A governmental doctrine that an enemy will be deterred from using nuclear weapons if they are rewarded.
What was the aim of the Non-Proliferation Treaty?
To prevent peaceful nuclear co-operation
To encourage peaceful nuclear co-operation
To prevent the spread of nuclear weapon technology
To encourage the spread of nuclear weapon technology
Which of the following are a human cost of war?
Which of the following are an economic cost of war?
Increase in jobs
Increase in national debt
Decrease in national debt
Select the 3 types of pacifism.
Which pacifist is against all types of war and violence?
Which type of pacifist only opposes wars involving weapons of mass destruction?
Does Paul (from the New Testament) support war?
Does the Church support war?
It is viewed as a last resort