Responsibilty to protect

Discussion in 'Multinational HQ' started by Septic_Tank, May 18, 2008.

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  1. Yes it does. At the end of the day, borders and boundaries are a manmade creation.

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  2. No. Every nation has a sovereign right to do what it wants, when it wants. So long as it is within i

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  3. Who cares? If it does not affect my way of life, let them figure the way out by themselves.

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    This has been done before but the aim here is to move it from Burma to the rest of the world.

    The UN has a charter that guarantees that we, as a part of humanity should never have to suffer needlessly and excessively because of our goverments, elected or othereise.

    How should nations exercise this right against other nations?
     
  2. That is a sticky wicket, mate.

    I am tempted to answer yes, with Burma in mind, but then look at what has happened in Iraq under the guise of 'freeing the Iraqi people and bringing them democracy at the point of a gun' (well, all right, first was about finding non-existent WMD).