U.S. Military Intervention, Done Right, Could Boost African Stability

In the Los Angeles Times, AHS speaker Michael O'Hanlon discusses why it's time to reassess the long-standing American anathema to military involvement in Africa's terrible wars:

"Rather than view that as an excuse not to be involved, the United States should seize the opportunity to contribute to a greater international effort to help turn Africa gradually from a zone of conflict to a zone of hope. Doing so will be good for America's own security and economic interests, as well as humanitarian ones."