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Have you learned of Korean War, that happened in June, 25, 1950? The battle between ideologies caused this war having thousands murdered, countless families split, the country reduced to rubble, and a massive permanent scar on Korea's tradition. Subsequently, Vietnam War, Gulf War, or even Iraq war may seem familiar for you. Let's change point to the number of dead bodies from wars themselves. Can you guess how many people got murdered during all of the war spans? Just for Vietnam War, the true civilians of Vietnam War were just two millions in the north west, and another 2 millions in the southwest, along with military causalities were 1.1 million murdered and six hundreds thousand wounded during war. To finish a war, the number of innocent soldiers and people need to get murdered? Even if a war ended, who'd the duties about those deaths? Most of the modern wars were resulted from battle of ideologies such as communism and capitalism. Since global relationships were settled down among countries, a war isn't any more about a couple of countries. By way of instance, supporting troops had been shipped to South Korea throughout the Korean War by 16 unique nations under U.N order. No matter which part achieved a success, damages after war remained and hurt all of these. Can war be justified because of any party or any reason? The solution will be "No." St. Augustine enunciated that a war could be justified only "if it's fought for a just cause" (qtd. At "Peace and War"). But what will be a "just cause"? Everybody has a different definition and it may be totally subjective. In the majority of modern civilizations or most countries, war is accepted as an effective and justifiable way of protecting domestic interests and achieving diplomatic objectives. It can function as just cause as St. Augu...