I know that you don't think so, but you will find that there is a higher probability than you think, if you read up on it. There was a rather lengthy discussion in the better foreign policy journals and the r2p thing introduced by the UN in 2005 was a direct result of US urging to initiate the necessary steps.
What are the "better foreign policy journals", the Weekly Standard, National Review, American Spectator, New American, Christian Science Monitor?
Last edited by Montecresto; 07-29-14 at 03:49 PM.
Killing one person is murder, killing 100,000 is foreign policy
The Russians are not friends. But that is not the problem. They are trying to shape a world in which nations must compete militarily instead of helping to create an international architecture for security that will make that unnecessary. That is a problem.
Maybe the Russians are still bitter over Reagan fooling them into an arms race that helped to collapse their economy and break up the U.S.S.R.