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The Land of Balboa: A Case Study of Humanitarian Aid and U.S.-Panamanian Relations
As citizens of a global community, it is both a duty and pleasure to interact with others of varying languages and cultures and to assist when possible to improve the human condition. These interactions between nations and ...
The Institutional Limits of the European Union in Humanitarian Intervention: The Case of Darfur
The European Union, an institution founded on the protection of human rights and the promotion of peace and security, fell short of its ideals during the Balkan humanitarian tragedy in the 1990s. Criticized for inaction ...