Humanitarian intervention is like brain surgery: sometimes essential,
but only to be used as a very last resort, and then only in the most
careful way. Progress is slow. Two hundred years after the British
attempt to outlaw the slave trade, the Janjaweed are riding with impunity.
But I hope it's not for much longer.
Monday, April 02, 2007
Editorial from the Guardian. If you wish, you can click on the link and also offer your own comments. I haven't read the commentaries yet, but like all Balkan related discussions, I'm sure it is going to attract a number of "interesting" individuals and go downhill real fast (if it hasn't already).