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    I personally think that the United States is critical of Sudan's human rights record and has sent a strong UN Peacekeeping force to Darfur. Many Sudanese, both civilians and Government officials say that the interference of the U.S. and other Western nations in Darfur and against leader Omar al-Bashir is part of a covert plot to throw their country in economic.

  • No, the United States should not.

    the United States should not be involved in Sudan. Other world powers need to start taking the lead in situations like this. Firstly, it would be beneficial to see others step up and lend a hand and, secondly, it would show that the United States wants to stop meddling in other's business.

  • US have been involved in too many conflicts

    No, I do not believe that the United States should get involved in Sudan or any other county's conflict for that matter. We have proof that we as a country are stretched too thin. We have a hand in Afghanistan, Iraq, and other countries people do not know about. We seem to be the world police, this needs to stop. Let Sudan and their issues work themselves out.

  • No: The United States Should Not Get Involved in Sudan

    Certainly there are people in the Sudan that need help. The US, however, has a track record of exploitation and abuse of power. Until this destructive nation can get a handle on its own moral direction, it is an unfit partner on the world stage. Unfortunately, there is no current, good solution.

  • involved in sudan

    I personally disagree,are extremely complicated, both politically and economically. The United States is critical of Sudan's human rights record and has sent a strong UN Peacekeeping force to Darfur. Many Sudanese, both civilians and Government officials say that the interference of the U.S. and other Western nations in Darfur and against leader Omar al-Bashir is part of a covert plot to throw their country in economic (since business relations between the two have been defunct since 1997), governmental, and territorial unrest.


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