Nevertheless, due to the threat of general warfare in Central
America, fears of "Revolution Without Borders," and perceived threats to national security interests, the United States may feel that it has no alternative but to continue its already expanding involvement in this region.
This Note advocates the establishment of a multi-national police force, organized under the auspices of the organization of American States. Such a force should preclude the perceived need for unilateral U.S. action, and could be utilized without violating international laws prohibiting intervention.
Rikard, David A.
"The end to Unilateral U.S. Action in Latin America: a Call for Expanding the Role of O.A.S.,"
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