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  • Jun 15 / 2004
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Rock blasts UN on Sudan crisis; Security Council failing to protect civilians, Canadian ambassador says

  International News Rock blasts UN on Sudan crisis; Security Council failing to protect civilians, Canadian ambassador says SHAWN McCARTHY The Globe and Mail; Reuter News Agency 559 words 15 June 2004 The Globe and Mail GLOB A16 English All material copyright Bell Globemedia Publishing Inc. or its licensors. All rights reserved.   UNITED NATIONS [...]

  • May 12 / 2004
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Intervention: shivering in Iraq’s chill

  Comment Intervention: shivering in Iraq’s chill DAVID WRIGHT 738 words 12 May 2004 The Globe and Mail GLOB A19 English All material copyright Bell Globemedia Publishing Inc. or its licensors. All rights reserved.   The next time the international community considers intervening in a country’s affairs even for the best of reasons, Iraq will [...]

  • May 08 / 2004
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African Union ignoring Darfur, U.S. charges: ‘Crimes against humanity’: Continent failing to live up to pledge to combat oppression

World African Union ignoring Darfur, U.S. charges: ‘Crimes against humanity’: Continent failing to live up to pledge to combat oppression Steven Edwards CanWest News Service 726 words 8 May 2004 National Post FINP All but Toronto A12 English (c) 2004 National Post . All Rights Reserved.   UNITED NATIONS – African countries came under fire [...]

  • Apr 01 / 2004
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Humanitarian Hazard

Humanitarian Hazard Kuperman, Alan J 3450 words 1 April 2004 Harvard International Review HIR 64 Volume 26; Issue 1; ISSN: 07391854 English Copyright (c) 2004 Bell & Howell Information and Learning Company. All rights reserved.   Revisiting Doctrines of Intervention   No foreign policy seems more inherently benign than humanitarian military intervention. It is rooted [...]