This Council Policy Initiative frames the issues raised by the
"ClintonDoctrine," which advocates U.S. military intervention
against large-scale humanitarian abuses.
The introduction offers a hypothetical memorandum prepared by a
national security adviser to the president, setting forth relevant
precedents and context. Three perspectives on U.S. policy options
follow, written as speeches theU.S. president might make to the
American people: one, humanitarian intervention can serve national
interests; two, humanitarian interests alone do not justify
military intervention; and three, strategic interest and moral
imperative must be balanced.
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