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The Atlantic: What if the U.N. Were Allowed to Shoot First in the DRC?

By Armin Rosen

The "intervention force" would be markedly different from the current peacekeeping detachment. "They would be able to fire first instead of wait to be fired on," says Michelle Brown, Refugees International's representative at the U.N. "And that is contrary to most other peacekeeping mandates."

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