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Mark L. Schneider

Time running out in Haiti

By Mark L. Schneider
June 23, 2005

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IT'S TWO MINUTES to midnight in Haiti. When the clock strikes, the country will implode and become a permanent failed state, right on our doorstep. About the only thing that can stop the clock, let alone start winding it back some, is if the Bush administration commits Marines, money, and diplomatic muscle to help the United Nations Mission there. (Full article: 731 words)

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