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Global Disorder- What Are the Options?

by Graham E. Fuller (grahamefuller.com) 22 August 2017 Global disorder is on the rise. What can the US do about it? There are two fundamentally different approaches one can take—it all depends on your philosophy of how the world works. The first school thinks primarily in terms of law, order …

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“The Conceit of Humanitarian Intervention” by Rajan Menon

THE LEVANT NEWS – By Graham E. Fuller* — Rajan Menon’s new book, “The Conceit of Humanitarian Intervention,” (Oxford) launches a timely argument against a dominant argument lying behind so much of modern American foreign policy—“humanitarian intervention” or “liberal interventionism.” We are, of course, well familiar with Republican and neocon …

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