An Iraqi boy cries as he is questioned by U.S. soldiers during a raid, searching for illegal weapons inside his house, in Baghdad August 3, 2005. REUTERS/Andrea Comas ACO/JJ
The Humanitarian Paradox: When do we fight, why do we fight?

Human rights legal scholar Aslı Bâli discusses the pitfalls of US intervention and a different path forward: restraint.

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