Darfur

DARFUR….The UN Security Council has finally agreed to a watered down resolution threatening to impose sanctions if the government of Sudan does not stop atrocities in Darfur.

This has hardly been the UN’s finest moment, and China and supposed-American-ally Pakistan abstained on even the milquetoast resolution that the United States eventually compromised on. But I suppose it’s a start.

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