Thursday, June 30, 2005

More on Darfur...

For the latest from the Coalition for Darfur, a non-partisan blog of which The Reaction is a member, see here (and, in particular, this recent post).

400,000 deaths is genocide. Period. And something must be done about it.

(For my own previous posts on Darfur, see here and here.)

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  • Nate, I don't necessarily disagree with your "conservative take". I've long argued that Europe needs to take greater responsibility for the world's problems. Bosnia, to me, was the perfect example of European impotence.

    Despite my call for action, I do recognize that the U.S. is spread quite thin militarily at the moment and that a full-scale effort in Darfur is out of the question. That means, however, that some international partnership needs to be built. And taht means that Europe needs to take a leading role.

    By Blogger Michael J.W. Stickings, at 12:45 PM  

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