President's efforts lead to democratic reforms in haiticlinton: military force necessary to stop human rights violations in former yugoslaviahuman rights advocates condemn u. s. decision to stay out of somalia conflictwhat development in foreign policy do these headlines reflect?
A decision to intervene in some human rights situations but not
C. A decision to intervene in some human rights situations but not
The headlines demonstrate an incoherence of the United States, as the country leading alliances for world peace, by intervening in conflicts in Haiti and in the former Yogoslavia to preserve human rights, but to turn a blind eye to the serious conflicts in Somalia. This leads us to think of the reasons why, in the face of similar situations, a government takes different actions. Probably economic and political reasons.