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Military interventions in transnational conflicts can be pointed throughout various moments in history, but its common appearance is not always justified. Independent nations have the right to be an organized and reserved society, this includes that other nations may not interfere in what is called “national sovereignty”. When a military intervention occurs inside a country’s civil conflict, it becomes a violation of this country’s national sovereignty, which can lead to bigger confrontations outside the country. Global interventions can have both positive and negative effects, some interventions may be planned to restore peace and stability, but sometimes these same interventions can become disastrous for a country. Many countries take advantage of certain nations seeking help since the affected nations see the interventions as a noble gesture rather than a threat. Measures have to be taken to ensure that they perform properly these interventions.

Military Intervention in Transnational Conflict


Fully Autonomous Weapons have been determined to be a great threat to moral actions during combat and a humanity itself. Most people affirm it is an ethical imperative to keep meaningful human control over the use of these types of machines. This matter has been escalating since Human Rights Watch launched the Campaign to Stop Killer Robots in 2013. Which makes it an urgent matter that deserves to have immediate multilateral action and a regulation. Countries which already are a leap ahead of others regarding military technology have one of the biggest advantages a country could have against anyone during a war. People fear what these machines may do if there's any error in their construction, meaning that they could easily wipe out an entire village  receiving no orders. 

Regulation of Lethal Autonomous Weapon System