Khartoum's enablers in Beijing

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Author(s) Nat Hentoff
Source The Washington Times
Date April 16, 2007
URL http://www3.washingtontimes.com/op-ed/20070415-095042-2326r.htm
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Quotes-start.png "Economic sanctions -- or travel curbs on Sudanese dignitaries -- have not and will not work so long as the Khartoum regime has Big Brother China as its vital economic partner -- sitting with veto power in the U.N. Security Council. China imports more than 60 percent of Sudan's bountiful oil output and has otherwise heavily invested in that nation's genocidal economy." Quotes-end.png


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