Posts Tagged ‘military intervention

08
Dec
08

On air: Is it acceptable to intervene in another country’s affairs?

The international calls for Robert Mugabe to leave power are becoming almost deafening. French President Nicolas Sarkozy is the latest leader to say he must stand down. Continue reading ‘On air: Is it acceptable to intervene in another country’s affairs?’

24
Jun
08

On air: Is it ever justified to interfere in another country?

The pressure is growing on Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe to postpone Friday’s Presidential run off elections. South Africa’s governing ANC party has accused the Zimbabwean government of “riding roughshod” over democracy.

The UN Security Council has unanimously agreed to condemn the violence in Zimbabwe and said a fair election would be “impossible”. And in separate comments, ANC leader Jacob Zuma, who rivals Mr Mbeki as South Africa’s most powerful man, said the situation in Zimbabwe was “out of control” and called for urgent intervention by the UN and regional Southern African Development Community. Continue reading ‘On air: Is it ever justified to interfere in another country?’




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