Time to Act on Myanmar's Crimes Against Humanity NPR Senior News Analyst Daniel Schorr says it's time for the U.N. to invoke one of its new resolutions. The "Responsibility to Protect" resolution, passed in 2005, says that the U.N. should step in when a nation fails to protect its population from crimes against humanity. Schorr says it's time to act regarding Myanmar.
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Time to Act on Myanmar's Crimes Against Humanity

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Time to Act on Myanmar's Crimes Against Humanity

Time to Act on Myanmar's Crimes Against Humanity

Time to Act on Myanmar's Crimes Against Humanity

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NPR Senior News Analyst Daniel Schorr says it's time for the U.N. to invoke one of its new resolutions. The "Responsibility to Protect" resolution, passed in 2005, says that the U.N. should step in when a nation fails to protect its population from crimes against humanity. Schorr says it's time to act regarding Myanmar.

DANIEL SCHORR: Too bad the American-led invasion of Iraq has given intervention such a bad name.

MICHELE NORRIS, Host:

NPR senior news analyst Daniel Schorr.

SCHORR: This is Daniel Schorr.

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