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September 06, 2013


America's Changing Views on Intervention

Ron Brownstein: "For nearly a decade, from Bill Clinton's first-term moves into Haiti and Bosnia through George W. Bush's invasion of Iraq in 2003, the current of American foreign policy moved steadily toward greater tolerance of military intervention abroad. The division, ambivalence, and hesitation in both parties about intervening in Syria culminate a subsequent decade that has almost completely reversed this tide."












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