The Interests For Which We Intervene

American-Foreign-Policy-Military-Intervention-Kevin-KreneckOstrolenk speaks with Paul Saunders, Executive Director of the Center for National Interests, on US military intervention. Saunders sets out by explaining how American conventional wisdom has become set on fixing every problem and righting every wrong. This ambitious foreign policy, however, is based on intentions rather than results. Saunders argues that we should intervene only when the cost is low, the probability of success is high, and the results will demonstrably benefit the United States.

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