Foreign Policy, Ep.4: The Boomerang Effect

When soldiers return to  serve as police officers, they bring a strong set of skills with them, but can also bring home a battlefield.

Government policies and actions which are initially focused outside the US, have a tendency to come back around and significantly impact domestic governments back home. One major example of this effect is how foreign interventions allow for the centralization of government decision making and power. Prof Abby Hall Blanco from the University of Tampa explains

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