"UN security chief resigns as Algiers bombing panel cites weaknesses"
International Herald Tribune (June 25, 2008)
"UNITED NATIONS: The U.N. security chief resigned Tuesday over the Dec. 11 Algiers truck bombings after an expert panel found "gaps and weaknesses" in the U.N.'s overall security operations due to cost-cutting."
- For the second time in three days, the United Nations has shown the sort of leadership and maturity that its founders hoped for
- The War on Terror isn't limited to Iraq, Syria, Israel, Jordan, and the 'Stans
People in Indonesia and the Philippines know better.
In fact, I think that before it's over, the War on Terror will deal with blots on the landscape like the Mugabe regime of Zimbabwe. There's a backlog of petty dictatorships to deal with, and this may be the time that civilized nations start catching up.