May 1, 2012

Hands Behind Sudan's War

Ramzy Baroud, Japan Times

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Expecting the Security Council to act in political tandem seems a bit too optimistic, however. Considering that the U.S. is arming and supporting South Sudan, and that Russia and China continue to support Khartoum, the rivalry in fact exists within the United Nations itself.

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