In three to four pages (approximately 1,500 words), answer the question “Is there a human right to peace?” Do not provide a surface answer but reflect and think critically. Provide an answer with evidence to support your position. In your answer, consider the required readings for Module 3 (attached below), historical and current events, scholarly debates, and international and national legal frameworks. If your answer to the question is no, do you think there should be an internationally recognized human right to peace? If your answer to the question is yes, provide an example of how this right should be protected or infringement should be dealt with. Include proper and consistent citation. Be mindful of your TurnItIn score. Synthesize your research. Do not use direct quotes unless it is necessary (defining a term), the author says something in a way that is especially clear or powerful, or the exact wording of the quote is significant to what you are saying.