Foreign Interventions in Intercountry Problems. Intervention is the intervention of a third party in a dispute between two parties. Intervention often refers to solving a problem to get a win-win-solution. The basic principle of intervention is problem-solving through deliberation or other relevant action.
The third party
Third parties play an important role in the success of the intervention. These third parties usually have a higher position or influence compared to the two warring parties. Basically, these third parties will mediate the problems experienced by the parties to the conflict. However, in some cases (especially in country or political matters), third parties will show partiality for one party. This alignment is based on an assessment of right/wrong, closeness to one party, or political and economic benefits.
America, for decades, has intervened in various political/economic problems in various countries. This country is always present as an arbiter in various situations; some produce good resolution and some only trigger more serious problems. American intervention and alignments in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is one example of a major failure.
Interventions by third parties should be conducted based on the common good. The intervention must consider the security and sovereignty aspects of the warring countries.
The ideal intervention
Alignments may be done based on the common good (to determine the right and wrong parties). Alignments based on the political or economic interests of one of the parties will only make the problem worse. Interventions should be conducted by neutral parties; parties that do not have any interests or favor one.
International law strictly prohibits a country from interfering in the affairs of other countries (without going through a clear process). The United Nations is one of the global forums that can be used by a country to get a solution or support from other countries.
The intervention process usually begins with providing support and assistance. Furthermore, support and assistance can escalate into interventions if the aid provider sees a worsening situation or conditions that are not as expected. In this case, the donor country may intervene on both sides to immediately resolve the dispute. One of the highest forms of intervention is the provision of military support.
A stronger country will usually start everything with the help of logistics to the military. Without intervention from other countries, a country with humanitarian problems might lose more people and the problem will destroy that country over time.