1712: Liberal Internationalists Tony Blair and George W. Bush fail in Afghanistan and Iraq. Anatol Lieven, @QuincyInst HFN

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Photo: Liberal internationalism emerged during the nineteenth century, notably under the auspices of British Foreign Secretary and Prime Minister Lord Palmerston
Liberal internationalism, also known as International Liberalism and Pan-Liberalism, is a foreign policy doctrine that argues two main points: first, that international organization should achieve multilateral agreements between states that promote liberal democracy and, second, that liberal states should intervene in other states in order to pursue liberal objectives. Such intervention can include both military invasion and humanitarian aid. This view is contrasted to isolationist, realist, or non-interventionist foreign policy doctrines; these critics characterize it as liberal interventionism.
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Liberal Internationalists Tony Blair and George W. Bush fail in Afghanistan and Iraq. Anatol Lieven, @QuincyInst HFN

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