The Pros And Cons Of US Intervention

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As part of its intervention, the United States have been sending troops to fight in other countries. Most times the U.S. send troops to overthrow autocratic rulers and build democracy. There is also another kind of intervention, it takes place during crisis to provide humanitarian aid. However, in both cases, the U.S. government should make a clear and thoughtful strategic decision before getting involved and send troops under any condition. Later on it becomes difficult to withdraw the troops and bring them back home due to the unclear reasons from the beginning. In the article “The Slippery Slope of U.S. Intervention”, noted that “In December 1992, When former president Bush announced the deployment of 28,000 U.S. troops to Somalia as part
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