Why Humanitarian Wars Can Go So Wrong

TitleWhy Humanitarian Wars Can Go So Wrong
Publication TypeNewspaper Article
Year of Publication2011
AuthorsBass, Gary J.
NewspaperWashington Post
Issue Date08/04/2011
CityWashington, DC

An opinion piece written in context of the western powers' intervention in the conflict in Libya, this article attempts to explore the dilemmas of intervening to save lives, as it has been practiced (or not) during the post–Cold War era. It references, among others, conflicts in Somalia, Bosnia, and Rwanda.

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