Darfur Dilemma
Debate over the slaughter in Darfur is moving into the crunch phase. As the U.N. Security Council struggles to decide what to do next about the murders and abuse engulfing the western Sudan province, the U.S. is circulating a draft resolution that calls for more peacekeepers on the ground in Darfur; imposes an arms embargo on all parties to the violence, including the Khartoum government; freezes the assets of, and bans travel by, individuals suspected of war crimes; and restricts offensive military flights. "We want a strong resolution with the widest possible support but which also...

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