When Should Other Countries Intervene? – Zuby & Lauren Chen

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Steve Calvert
Steve Calvert
7 months ago

Such a great duo!! Love seeing great minds together 🇨🇦👍🙏

FunwithFlags
FunwithFlags
7 months ago

Very interesting topic

SpectatingBystander
SpectatingBystander
7 months ago

Wouldn't the world be a nicer place if we could settle disputes through the Olympics. Your best athletes Vs mine.
No outside interference just pure skill.

Lorraine Butcher
Lorraine Butcher
7 months ago

Biden is a war criminal

Alex Kristoffer
Alex Kristoffer
7 months ago
Peter Frencken
Peter Frencken
7 months ago

When they got oil, and you want it, right?

Robert Miller
Robert Miller
7 months ago

That's the thing of it isn't it? I mean, we have police, why? If you sees someone being mugged, raped, killed, etc, what should you do? Is there a moral obligation to interdict in some manner? I think many people would say yes. If there is no interdiction, then it's anarchy and there is no rule of law and it is just a dog eat dog existence. If that is all true, then does that obligation stop at something as arbitrary as national borders? is there no obligation just because that crime is being committed by one group of people against a other group of people somewhere else in the world?

I think it comes down to "first principles" and trying to avoid the discussion by just saying, "no foreign wars" or "no meddling in other countries" is just a cop out to avoid that discussion. What is a "foreign war" or "another country" is not a first principle. What is a "nation" is not a first principle and is arbitrary as we know where borders are physically located is arbitrary. If it were a first principle, there would be a more objective way to determine physically where a border should be.
But what IS closer to a "first principle" is the question of an obligation to interdict when people violate the "right to person and property of other people" as a "right to person and property is a first principle.

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