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Viewpoint - Ethics of U.S. Intervention in Middle East

  • Aired: 07/06/2014
  • 26:56
  • Rating: TV-G
Two concerns have ranked high for both the Bush and Obama administrations -- humanitarian intervention and terrorism. As the United States remains deeply engaged in the security affairs of East Asia and the Middle East, can military intervention against terrorism, and in the cause of humanitarian relief, be ethically justified?
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