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The U.N. Is Hopeless

Thursday, October 14, 2004

The genocide in Rwanda was over before most of the world knew it was happening. And the United Nations, as usual, folds its hands. President Bush at the U.N., and Secretary of State Colin Powell before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, have officially called these horrors genocide. But on Sept. 18, a timorous U.S. resolution—watered down to prevent China from vetoing it—was passed by the U.N. Security Council.

Read Original at: Washington Times


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