I found Other People’s Battles a fascinating article, and I will try to make time to read the Luttwack article youi cited. Before I consider that article, are you essentially in agreement with Mr. Luttwack, or do you have a slightly different take on the most effective solutions? In a non-absolute victory, what is the dividing line between a ludicrous travesty and a fair negotiated solution? I am thinking of the South African situation, with the Truth Commission. Is it when practically the abuses do not recur, when there are credible in-country punishments for the abusers, or something else?
In addition, in situations where a decisive victory occurs, do you think it should be by injecting military NGO’s, governmental military participation, simple “moral” support, or a combination?
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