Psychological Route to War
12 pages (3000 words)
A task which can lead to either, greater national relations, or insurmountable chaos for all involved in the conflict.
"A good foreign policy is not only hard to choose, it is difficult to settle. Statesmanship was required to decide whether the United States should help Hungary when the Soviets attacked it (we did not), Tibet when China occupied it (we did not), Rwanda when a civil war killed thousands (we did not), Kosovo and Bosnia in the Balkans when they erupted in chaos (we did), Haiti when a new president could not take office (we did), Iraq when it invaded Kuwait (we did), or Iraq when it refused to obey United Nations resolutions (we did)," (Wilson p.347).