SOURCE: Quincy Institute
Post-Cold War Interventions show Military Restraint is the Key to Protecting Human Rights
by Aslı Bâli
America's foreign policy establishment must "right-size" its expectations about the ability of US military power to secure desired outcomes, and prepare to embrace non-coercive approaches to human rights crises that will be precipitated by climate change and food crises.
The End of Humanitarian Intervention? A Debate at the Oxford Union With Historian David Gibbs and Michael Chertoff
by David N. Gibbs
Michael Chertoff -- former Secretary of Homeland Security during the presidency of George W. Bush and coauthor of the USA Patriot Act – defended humanitarian intervention; Gibbs argued against the practice.
- House Hearings on Campus Speech Show Different Perceptions of the Problem
- Mark Russell, DC's Piano-Playing Political Satirist, Dies at 90
- Trans Texans, Fearing Violence Inspired by Legislation and Rhetoric, Look to Armed Self-Defense
- How Paris Kicked out the Cars
- Vatican Repudiates "Doctrine of Discovery" that Justified Colonialism by Catholic Nations