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Ivo Daalder and Paul Stares

The United Nations can save Burma

By Ivo Daalder and Paul Stares
May 13, 2008

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THE MILITARY junta in Burma is failing the most basic responsibility of any government to take care of its citizens. In the wake of the devastating typhoon that killed at least 28,000 people and left many thousands more destitute, the international community has marshaled a large-scale humanitarian response to help the millions affected by the deadly storm. (Full article: 719 words)

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