A tentative case for intervening in Liberia

This Washington Times editorial, written by Tony Blankley, suggests that obtaining the good will of other African countries may constitute a sufficient national interest to justify sending troops to Liberia. Blankley may have in mind the fact that al Qaeda terrorists operate in a number of African countries, and the governments of those countries will be more inclined to help root the terrorists out if we help stabilize Liberia. If so, I’d have to give his rationale a qualified maybe.

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