No, Ralph Miliband Did Not Hate Britain. Why Do You Ask?
A subsidiary argument, which has… been used to justify some military interventions, notably the Vietnamese intervention in Kampuchea… is the argument that, whatever may be said against military intervention in most cases, it is defensible… in the case of particularly tyrannical and murderous regimes, for instance the regime of Idi Amin in Uganda and of Pol Pot in Kampuchea…. But attractive though the argument is, it is also dangerous. For who is to decide…?
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