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Understanding the Humanitarian Intervention in Somalia

Wednesday, October 01, 2008

Find out why understanding the humanitarian intervention in Somalia in the early 1990s may help us understand what’s happening in Iraq, right now. Political scientist Kenneth Rutherford, who lost both his legs to a landmine in Somalia in 1993 when he was working for an NGO, is the author of Humanitarianism Under Fire.

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Kenneth Rutherford
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Loyal Listener from Bridge & Tunnel Land

Fascinating interview. Where is Rutherford originally from? It doesn't sound like English is his first or sole language.

Oct. 01 2008 12:25 PM

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