Somalia Syndrome

Kaus, Mickey
October 1994
New Republic;10/17/94, Vol. 211 Issue 16, p4
Criticizes several columnists for their insistence that the planned U.S. intervention in Haiti will result into tragedy similar to that in Somalia in 1993 in which several U.S. soldiers were killed. Discussion on the arguments of those who oppose U.S. intervention in Haiti; Examination on the outcome of the U.S. humanitarian intervention in Somalia; Moral justification for intervention.


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