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With test cases from Korea to Iraq and Afghanistan bubbling up in the news, Americans have good cause to reevaluate the effects of interventionism. Author Rory Stewart (The Places In Between) is a good position to do so. As a member of the British parliament and a Foreign Service embassy official, he has made forays into troubled areas including Kosovo, Iraq, Afghanistan, Iran, and Pakistan. In Can Intervention Work?, he joins with Gerald Knaus, the founding chairman of the European Stability Initiative, to explore the possibilities and pitfalls of interventionism and nation-building. A timely topic by two authorities.