The history of humanitarian intervention with Gary Bass

    In his new book, Freedom’s Battle: The Origins of Human Intervention, Princeton professor GARY BASS explores the question of when a nation is justified for humanitarian reasons, to intervene abroad. He looks at this important component of foreign policy through an, tracing its routes back to the efforts of 19th century statesmen like Madison and Theodore Roosevelt.
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