Sudan Confounds International Efforts to Help Darfur

Diplomats trying to resolve the crisis in Sudan's Darfur region are in a bind. A U.N. Security Council resolution authorizes a large peacekeeping force. Ideally, the U.N. would take over from an African Union force that has been unable to keep the peace in Darfur. But Sudan has rejected a U.N. force.

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