Why The UN should administer Iraq [ sadly not a splurt ]

Discussion in 'Multinational HQ' started by Rocketeer, Apr 20, 2004.

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  1. Okay...serious topic, possibly... see that the countdown clock on the wall says this is Day 70 and counting until the US turns over Iraq to ' its people '..but, with all the ' unrest ', many have suggested , and Dubya has even hinted , that the UN should step in to ease the transition after June 30...

    well, I thought you might find this little profile piece of interest in putting matters in perspective..

    just goes to show you can't trust anyone..



    is there no one out there we can trust,[ other than leonardMDN??]
  2. Unknown_Quantity

    Unknown_Quantity War Hero Moderator

    Good article - Looks like a prime candidate for the Current Affairs board.
  3. does explain a lot doesn't it. And why would one think the UN would be able to improve the current Iraq situation.

    The UN has a total loss of credibilty as far as Iraq is concerned.
  4. The UN has never been credible for me, outside of its usual humanitarian programs. If you actually stop to think about its structure, it really does not make sense that this is a body capable of handling diplomatic affairs, too many people with their own political agendas.