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Should governments intervene militarily in other nations for moral reasons?
Governments have a duty to intervene militarily in the affairs of nations they believe are doing something immoral.
When intervention does not occur, it can lead to crises for the countries that could have
It can be in the national interest to prevent moral tragedies, as it may make the population more aligned with the interests of the intervening nation.
Through intervention, governments can attempt to prevent tragedies.
Governments can use intervention to
their own citizens to help offset the negative impacts of intervention.
Humans in general and by extension governments have a duty to help each other.
There are many different ideas about what constitutes immorality, and nations should not be able to enforce their own views upon each other.
Military interventions often fail to change things for the better and hence should be avoided.
A government's first duty is to its own citizens, and intervention in the affairs of foreign nations often hurts a nation's
Military intervention is
, disagreements should be resolved through dialogue.
Intervention may lead to retaliation against the nation.
We have a moral duty to intervene in nature to limit animal suffering.
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