American Interventions since WWII

Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has been criticized on the campaign trail for the failure of the Libyan intervention while she was Secretary of State. She was not the first Secretary of State to stage interventions. In a series of blog posts I will examine how successful the U.S. has been in these interventions. All of the interventions I will examine will be after WWII because they are more relevant to U.S. foreign policy and the upholding of the liberal order.    Even within this time frame their is still a lot of interventions and I have to choose which ones are the most important. The interventions I chose are below:

South Korea/Vietnam




There are no hard dates for when each post will be published. Hopefully I will be able to post one once a week.


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