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international intervention in relation to the recent natural disaster in Burma. When, and how, the international community can insert itself into the business of sovereign nations is an ambiguous and multi-faceted issue. " />

What is to be done?

But as complicated as such situations may be, it's always hard to accept the knowing sacrifice of innocent civilians (whether Cambodian, Burmese, Rwandan, etc.) for longer-term political and diplomatic considerations.

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