Soldiers As Samaritans: What's the Right Balance?

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Description: Not only is the military stretched thin in Iraq and Afghanistan, but it must also sustain a "global presence," train foreign troops in friendly countries, provide emergency relief after natural disasters, keep terrorists at bay in dozens of so-called "failed states," not to mention prepare for high-tech wars against future peer competitors. Military personnel don't necessarily mix well with aid workers and other civilian organizations that have traditionally been responsible for humanitarian work in Africa, says Caleb Rossiter, an advisor to the House subcommittee on international organizations, human rights and oversight.
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