To stop genocides, extreme human rights violations, etc. NATO's intervention in Bosnia and Herzegovina might be an example.
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Yes, if there is good, sound reason for it, I support it. However, I'm very sceptic towards institutions such as the NATO. It's very much a cold-war "organization" and in my eyes, the NATO actually makes the world more hostile rather than save.
I would approve of the UN's blue helmet troops being stocked up. They did some good stuff, for example the peace keeping mission in Ruanda. The problem with the UN is that eeeeverything is soooo slowwww. For normal political agreements that might be okay but when the UN sent blue helmet troops to Ruanda during the genocide, thousands of tutsis had already been slaughtered.0
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Humanitarian relief is part of the roles of some armed forces.0