The question about whether or not to engage in military action abroad is very often a highly philosophical one. Statecraft and foreign policy is not a terribly good place for ideologues to sit. It doesn’t have neat and clean answers that are verifiably right or wrong very often. Intervention is often a tragic mistake. Non-intervention […]
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