The True Costs of Humanitarian Intervention: The Hard Truth about a Noble Notion

TitleThe True Costs of Humanitarian Intervention: The Hard Truth about a Noble Notion
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2011
AuthorsValentino, Benjamin A.
JournalForeign Affairs
Volume90
Issue6
Start Page60
Pagination60-73
Date Published11/2011
Abstract

This article is presented on global humanitarian intervention. Valentino argues that disbanding humanitarian military intervention could assist more people in need and at a lower cost to the U.S. government. He proposes that U.S. foreign policymakers in the early 21st century should adopt a strategy of what he calls a humanitarian foreign policy. He argues that such a foreign policy should focus upon public health, natural disaster aid, and refugee assistance.

URLhttps://www.foreignaffairs.com/articles/2011-10-17/true-costs-humanitarian-intervention
Short TitleThe True Costs of Humanitarian Intervention
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