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Radovan Karadzic's conviction for genocide and war crimes brings to mind the US's disastrous "humanitarian intervention" in Bosnia and Serbia in the 1990s--and more recent disastrous interventions in Libya and Syria.
In almost every case in recent history, "humanitarian intervention" has been a pretext for illegal aggression by a major power.
Brief reflections by KD are followed by a fine talk, on the same subject, by Noam Chomsky.
Chomsky spoke in Cambridge, Massachusetts, in early October, 2013. Recording courtesy of Chuck Rosina. I have snipped out a few stumbles; the talk is otherwise uncut.