The experience left Mexico with some mixed emotions about foreign intervention.
In recent years, fears about military intervention have proved to be exaggerated.
This is the second thing you need, a debate about minimum intervention.
The decision about intervention in Libya was an unusually clear choice between interests and values.
The point that baffled me most was about Manual intervention!
That is what some fear about military intervention as well.
Second, is whether "the global rule book" about military intervention in sovereign states must be adjusted.
But some Americans fear that the barrage of talk about military intervention could make things dangerous for them.
We are talking about blatant and naked military intervention in an independent European country.
I am not talking about military intervention against the will of the warring parties.