Rwanda, Yugoslavia, Nazi Germany, there are certainly situations in which military intervention…
Brendon Carpenter

She did not “coordinate” any of these efforts. Secretaries of State provide (diplomatic) insight and reasoning, not military strategy or oversight. And Libya’s intervention effort was a great success; it was the aftermath of recovery and establishing new structures that (utterly) failed, and that is not on the U.S. alone at all.

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