Yet another crisis overseas has led to the collapse of a (U.S. friendly!) govern

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Yet another crisis overseas has led to the collapse of a (U.S. friendly!) government and the outbreak of a civil war. The key U.S. foreign policy question on the agenda: to intervene or not to intervene? For purposes of this essay, the question strictly concerns the use of military force!
The task is not to make and defend a particular decision itself, but to address the following:
a) who would make that decision and
b) who might (have to) approve – institutionally and politically (also in a more general sense) and
c) what might be the role of legitimacy and disapproval/protest in the decision-making and its aftermath (= the consequences of a decision)?
Thus, in your essay review and engage what we know about:
– Presidential power;
– “Presidential branch” decision-making;
– institutional constraints and opportunities (domestic: Congress, rivalries between U.S. Departments and agencies; international: role of United Nations [UN Security Council], international law/rules/norms)
– and last but not least, domestic and international public opinion.
Your essay in the end should reflect the key issues associated with the question of U.S. military intervention. You are allowed to use historical and/or contemporary examples in your discussion

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