alexa The End of America Intervention
Social & Political Sciences

Social & Political Sciences

Arts and Social Sciences Journal

Author(s): JAMES TRAUB

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FOR the last 20 years we have lived amid the furious clangor of war — and debates over how to wage it. The intense and urgent clashes in the 1990s over “humanitarian intervention” gave way to pitched battles over “regime change” and “democracy promotion” after 9/11, and then to arguments over “counterinsurgency strategy,” a new battle for hearts and minds, as Barack Obama ramped up the war in Afghanistan.

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