First Do No Harm
Professor Gibbs spoke at the University of Arizona Bookstore in Tucson Tuesday, September 8, 2009, 4:30 p.m. MST.
David Gibbs talked about his book First Do No Harm: Humanitarian Intervention and the Destruction of Yugoslavia (Vanderbilt University Press; June 29, 2009). He discusssed the U.S./NATO bombing of Yugoslavia in 1999 and argued that this “humanitarian intervention” contributed to the destruction and break-up of the country. He called for a change in U.S. policy when confronting ethnic conflicts around the world. He responded to questions from members of the audience.
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