Catastrophe looms

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Author(s) The Economist editorial board
Source The Economist
Date September 7, 2006
Quotes-start.png "All should be bending Mr Al-Bashir's ear to encourage him to let the new peacekeepers in. But it is China that could do most to persuade its friend to accept UN assistance and end the killing in Darfur. To soothe his concerns about being bullied by his enemies, China, which has a large army and has sent troops to UN observer missions, could offer peacekeepers of its own." Quotes-end.png

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This item argues for the position United Nations should send peacekeepers on the topic Darfur conflict.