Paul Schied on Libya and American Leadership

Paul Schied of The Harvard Political Review takes the recent US bombings Libya as an opportunity to reveal important aspects of American leadership abroad. Combining his perspectives on Obama’s recent speech on Libya, Congressman Barney Frank’s lecture at Pforzheimer House, and a discussion with HKS Professor Emeritus Marvin Kalb, Schied delves into the intricacies of America’s world leadership position. And while Schied admits that “in the past we have sometimes taken our responsibility to prevent humanitarian disasters too far,” he ultimately puts America’s leadership responsibility in a positive light.
Read the full article at The Harvard Political Review.

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