Foreign Affairs Focus: Civilians in Conflict with Sarah Holewinski
The Afghanistan and Iraq wars taught the United States painful lessons about the need to limit harm to civilians and compensate victims for their suffering. Now Washington must turn that ad hoc progress into a permanent policy, followed not only by its military but also by those of its partners as well.
Gideon Rose, editor of Foreign Affairs, sits down with Sarah Holewinski, executive director of Center for Civilians in Conflict. They discuss the need for better and more uniform compensation for civilian victims of war.
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