Definitions for military intervention
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The deliberate act of a nation or a group of nations to introduce its military forces into the course of an existing controversy.
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That awful act finally stirred all the members of NATO to support the military intervention that was clearly necessary.
The Chinese government position remains that non-interference, diplomatic solutions are preferred, and military intervention would not be able to resolve the problems.
What Frank Snepp have seen in all cases is that unless the U.S. has a politically viable domestic partner, neither limited nor massive military intervention is going to succeed.
It doesn't surprise me that in Liberia where there has been a much more intense Ebola information campaign, quarantine and a military intervention that the disease has been brought under control faster than in Guinea.
The low oil prices are forcing a reduction of drilling rigs in the U.S. but also of budgets in oil-exporting countries, libya is already mostly out in terms of production. Libya and Yemen are getting closer to the day of outside military intervention.
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- militär interventionSwedish
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