June 08, 2004

Unilateralism Watch

More rigid, militaristic preemption.

You know, another (likely to be unanimously passed) U.N. resolution on Iraq.

Clauses 8-12 are the key ones (security, security, security). Otherwise all the other rosy prognostications/plan re: elections and such will flounder.

And 8 (relatedly 16 too) likely the hardest to achieve.

Note Clause 13 should be called the Sergio Viera de Mello clause.

Posted by Gregory at June 8, 2004 08:51 PM
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