U.S. Public Opinion and the Intervention in Somalia: Lessons for the Future of Military-Humanitarian Interventions

Logan, Carolyn J.

1996

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  • Volume 20, Issue 2. Summer/Fall Partly as a result of our experience in Somalia, U.S. policymakers now are hesitant to become involved in foreign conflicts. An isolationist attitude, however, neither accurately represents U.S. public opinion nor benefits long-term U.S. interests.
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