Beijing's role in Darfur genocide

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Author(s) Nat Hentoff
Source The Washington Times
Date June 11, 2007
Quotes-start.png "Speaking for China, to which Sudan sells 60 percent of its oil and 40 percent of its total exports, Liu Guijin, China's special representative in Darfur, said on the same day: "These willful sanctions and simply applying pressure is [sic] not conducive to solving the problem... It will only make achieving a solution more complicated." With China the world's chief protector of Sudan, it is increasingly evident that a worldwide boycott of the 2008 Olympics in Beijing will be much more effective than sanctions against Sudan." Quotes-end.png

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This item argues for the position China should pressure the Sudan to end the conflict on the topic Darfur conflict.

This item refers to the previous opinion item Sudan's Enablers.