No time for silent diplomacy in Zimbabwe


The Zimbabwe crisis raises familiar questions about the international community's responsibilities. Some argue that the world has no business interfering with, or even commenting on, the internal affairs of a sovereign state. This principle is exceptionally convenient for dictators and for people who do not wish to be bothered about the well being of others. But we are not suggesting that the world should intervene to impose political change in Zimbabwe. We are suggesting that it's time for the international community to raise its voice in support of human rights - Desmond Tutu and Madeleine Albright

No time for silent diplomacy in Zimbabwe