The United States and Napalm
The United States has been on the most active participants in Napalm bombing. During World War II, it was understood that it was a necessary evil, but when do we draw the line between what is and what isn't an necessary evil? As humans are we not expected to learn from the past and move forward in a more humane manner? It seems that, that would be far to easy.
The American Government declined to sign onto Protocol III of the Protocol on Prohibitions or Restrictions on the Use of Incendiary Weapons in Geneva on October 10, 1980.
America has actually developed a new Napalm called "Napalm B" far different than the Napalm used during World War II and Vietnam. Napalm B however, is still referred to within the military as Napalm. This newer and even more deadlier Napalm is meant to stick to the skin of its victims, and can cause