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Looking back ii

In the first post of this thread I asked whether the New Statesman had been premature in condemning the Libyan intervention now that Gaddafi’s regime had fallen.  The answer, according to Simon Jenkins, is no; the fall of Gaddafi changes nothing. … Continue reading

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A progressive Security Council?

There’s a nice editorial in today’s Guardian that illustrates the centre-left’s support and hopes for the United Nations, as well as an understanding of the challenges it faces: In Washington, the flame of Roosevelt and Truman burns low.  Barack Obama and his … Continue reading

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