Intervention: The Use of American Military Force in the Post-Cold War World
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Questions of when, where, and how the United States should use military force abroad dominated the foreign-policy debate during the Cold War and promise to do the same in its aftermath. Richard Haass traces the evolution of this critical debate, taking into account the impact of new technologies, new states, new weapons, and new thinking about new sovereignty and intervention. He assesses where the US should be prepared to use force in the future, what this entails, and what constitutes a proper division of labour between the US, regional organizations, and the UN.
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