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 Taylor Report 
 Be careful with UN presence in a sovereign country
 Ann Garrison
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 Attribution Non-commercial No Derivatives (by-nc-nd) 
In 1994, Victoire Ingabire was in Holland when the negotiations and ceasefire broke down in Rwanda. She returned in 2010 to challenge the President electorally. Now, she lives under arrest. Ann Garrison discusses the very different rules that seem to exist in court cases pertaining to Rwanda.

Phil reminds us that the disaster in Rwanda occurred in the context of a UN intervention, and not its absence. He draws parallels between the UN presence in Rwanda and Syria. Foreign military forces operating in a trouble spot can overrun their mandate, leading to the notorious "mission creep."

Meanwhile, Western media continues to cheerlead for ethnic strife. Remember the "African mercenaries" story in Libya? Now we're hearing about the "Allawi family" in Syria.

 Interview with Ann Garrison Download Program Podcast
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01:01:09 English 2012-04-23
 Toronto, Ontario
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