If torture, ethnic cleansing, murder, rape or other gross violations of human rights were simply matters of domestic jurisdiction, then the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights would have no point whatever.
So there was a case for intervention in Kosovo - but only by the UN and only after all diplomatic options had been explored. That was nowhere near being the case on 24 March when the Nato bombers went in.
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