Types of War
The war has been defined in many ways. As a current goal, we can determine that there is a lasting intergruop violence in which the state force is involved in at least one side or both sides in the inter-state war, and usually only on one side is the civil war. In the world of permanent military forces, it is difficult to tell exactly where peace begins and the war begins. The military battle, which is not durable in time, may be considered a war. For example, the short Sino-Soviet border clashed in March and July 1969, resulting in some small battles along the border where hundreds of people were killed. Similarly, it makes ambiguous long-term violent struggle that affects irregular forces, such as Northern Ireland. There, the British military forces were wearing uniforms in a persistent violent struggle with a non-state army, the IRA (IRA), until the ceasefire that had been held since and since 1995.
is the general term of war. Consequently, it is not easy to tell how many war is going on in the world at present. The war is very varied. Various types of war arise from different situations and play different types of roles in conflict negotiation. From the greatest wars, we can distinguish the following major categories:
The hegemonic war is the war of world order management – the rules of the entire international system, including the role of hegemony in the world. This group of wars is also called global war, world war, general war or systemic war. The last hegemonic war was the Second World War.
Full War is a warfare conducted by a state to conquer and occupy another. The goal is to get to the capital and force the handover of the government, which can then be replaced by one of the winners' choices. The 2003 Iraq War is classic. Napoleonic Wars, which introduced large-scale police and directed the entire French international economy towards war efforts. In the whole war, the entire society mobilized for combat, the entire society of the enemy was regarded as a legitimate goal.
The limited war contains military actions aimed at the lack of transfer and invasion of the enemy. For example, the United States waged war in Iraq in 1991, recalled Kuwait, but did not go to Baghdad to drop Saddam Hussein's government. Many border fighting have such a character; after taking the land, he wants a state to stop for a short time and protect its profits.
Civil war is a war between state fractions that try to create or prevent a new government from across the state or its territorial part. The American Civil War of the 1860s is a good example of the Civil War Art Nouveau.
Guerrilla war, which includes certain types of civil wars, a war without frontier. Irregular forces operate in the middle of the civilian population and are often hidden or protected. The goal is not to directly confront an enemy army but instead harass and punish it in order to gradually limit its operation and effectively free the area from its control.
In short, wars have been going on continually since the beginning of the state and since the beginning of history. It will continue until the world exists because of the different desires of individuals and state actors.