The United Nations and Darfur

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Author(s) The New Republic editorial board
Source The New Republic
Date September 1, 2006
Quotes-start.png "We could have chosen another path. We could have bypassed the maddeningly slow U.N. machinery, assembled a coalition of allies under the banner of nato, and dispatched troops to Darfur ourselves--without consent from, or apologies to, the men in Khartoum who orchestrated this evil. The United States could have led the way. We still could." Quotes-end.png

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This item argues for the position NATO should intervene on the topic Darfur conflict.