From Peace Prize to Paralysis

When a government devours its own people, as in Syria or Sudan, there are never easy solutions. That helps explain President Obama’s dithering, for there are more problems in international relations than solutions, and well-meaning interventions can make Full Story »

Posted by Fabrice Florin - via Nicholas Kristof, New York Times (Opinion)
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Posted by: Posted by Fabrice Florin - Jun 9, 2012 - 7:58 PM PDT
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by Amelia Whitfield - Aug. 25, 2012

Mr. Kristof seems rather naive or in denial in regards to Obama's and America's foreign policy and it's true agenda. It seems rather evident to me that foreign aid and intervention are two totally separate things. US Foreign aid is what we give Israel (monetary funds and military aid) and US intervention is equal to our invasion of Afghanistan and Iraq, where we set up our own military, take over and never actually leave.

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