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    Americans Increasingly Wary of Foreign Interventioni
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    April 11, 2013 5:18 PM
    After more than a decade of wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, opinion polls suggest the American public is increasingly reluctant to support military intervention overseas. That reluctance is inhibiting activists who would like to see the United States take a more robust role in conflicts like the ongoing civil war in Syria. VOA national correspondent Jim Malone has more from Washington.

    Americans Increasingly Wary of Foreign Intervention

    Published April 11, 2013

    After more than a decade of wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, opinion polls suggest the American public is increasingly reluctant to support military intervention overseas. That reluctance is inhibiting activists who would like to see the United States take a more robust role in conflicts like the ongoing civil war in Syria. VOA national correspondent Jim Malone has more from Washington.


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