May 7, 2011 § Leave a comment
But that is not consistent with the vision of Obama’s universal human rights? Some human rights activists say they are still struggling to define the vision that, given what they see as a confusing inconsistency of administration.
Military intervention was ordered to save the lives of civilians in Libya, but not in Darfur, where fighting the William flew Bush administration called the genocide continues.
Obama’s initial refusal to meet with the Dalai Lama, and only a mild rebuke to China’s human rights are also furious Hawks and human rights advocates alike.
Supporters call the pragmatic approach of Mr. Obama, which can be used to describe the reports yesterday that Washington seeks Shuffle Colonel Gaddafi in exile in an African country rather than bring him to justice in The Hague.
Such a move will surely bring a swift end to the conflict that has killed fewer than the current stalemate.
For the former administration official, however, that would be a pragmatic step too far.
“The official policy is to hold the administration accountable to Qadhafi,” William flew Crowley wrote in a Twitter message. “We must be his travel agent, only when the appointment of The Hague.”