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20 August 2006 

the crucial question is whether the post-war resolution will remove the sources of the violence.

The answer very much depends on the will of the international community to carry through its own decision in the form of UN Security Council Resolution 1701, which passed unanimously on August 11.

The problem will be finding the mechanisms, resources and, most importantly, the international will to see it implemented.

It should be remembered that the UN passed a similar resolution in 2004. Resolution 1559 called for the disarming of Hezbollah and the deployment of Lebanon's army along the border.

This would have prevented the current conflict, but it was never implemented.


“I am on the dirt frontage road to the internet thingy”

Take it slow and keep your head up. That way you can see the bullshit coming.
And don’t waste my time calling me a racist, cause I aren’t. So there!

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