June 26, 2003

Richard Falk on Humanitarian Intervention

Richard Falk on Humanitarian Intervention Strategy

Here's a dumb idea:

"As long as US foreign policy is run from a Bush White House, the best chance for humanitarian intervention to fulfill its potential is for the US government to get out of the way, as it has seemed to be doing in relation to the genocidal events in Congo, allowing France to take the major responsibility."

Oh my.

Posted by Gregory at June 26, 2003 10:52 PM
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