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The Mythology of Intervention

Author: Micah Zenko, Douglas Dillon Fellow
March 28, 2011
Foreign Affairs


Article Summary

In the debate over whether--and how--to intervene in Libya, many commentators and policymakers have relied on a number of garbled lessons from history. Believing in these myths often leads to a more interventionist foreign policy.

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