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The failure to prevent atrocities in Darfur is almost certain to lead to more international hand-wringing. But the victims of massive human rights abuse do not need another chorus of “never again” or new rhetorical commitments by the U.N. Security Council.  Instead, they need a determined effort by the United Nations and its member states to confront the underlying reasons for their failure to deliver on the commitments they have already made to prevent armed conflict, protect civilians, and ensure justice.

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