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When should the world intervene in a country's conflict?

Eric Schwartz discusses international interventions in countrys' internal affairs.

"In terms of historical basis, the two places critical to understand about this issue is Rwanda and Bosnia," he said. "Those two massacres really sparked a discussion and debate which have really informed evolution of this issue over past two decades."

Minnesota Public Radio
March 22, 2012

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