U.N. Sec. Gen. Suspends Disbelief

Denis Keohane
Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon says the U.N. will return to Iraq, after having closed its offices in 2003 when a bombing killed envoy Sergio Vieira and 21 others. Improved security is cited as grounds for the change.

Captain Ed
asks:

"What happens if someone attacks the UN again? Will they run away? That would be tantamount to saying that they will help build peace only as long as it's peaceful..."
Denis Keohane
Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon says the U.N. will return to Iraq, after having closed its offices in 2003 when a bombing killed envoy Sergio Vieira and 21 others. Improved security is cited as grounds for the change.

Captain Ed
asks:

"What happens if someone attacks the UN again? Will they run away? That would be tantamount to saying that they will help build peace only as long as it's peaceful..."
Denis Keohane