Rwanda, Kosovo, Darfur, etc.

The history of humanitarian invtervention (or non-intervention) isn’t very encouraging. It stands to reason: the number of atrocious regimes too large to do anything about. It takes atrocities plus other national interests to motivate countries to intervene, and even then, it is usually not politically popular: witness Iraq.

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