U.S. Non-Intervention In Syria Could Mirror Outcome In Congo

NPR | May 22, 2013 3:40 p.m.

This week, we’re exploring how lessons learned from U.S. intervention and non-intervention in foreign conflicts can inform policy decisions toward Syria today. Robert Siegel talks with Chester Crocker, formerly assistant secretary of state for African affairs in the Reagan administration, about how the U.S. has dealt with the decades-long conflict in the Democratic Republic of Congo that has claimed millions of lives. Crocker is now a professor of strategic studies at Georgetown University’s Walsh School of Foreign Service.


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