By all accounts it's a geographical, political and economic nightmare and NATO countries aren't exactly free-spending at the moment.
I'm definitely not convinced they should anyway. Humanitarian intervention is morally dubious, creates extremely uncertain outcomes and, as humanitarian action goes, is absurdly cost-inefficient. If it's very much in NATO's interests to go in then fine, but they definitely shouldn't go in on a 'it's the right thing to do' ticket. There's a lot of less ambiguously 'right things to do' that those resources could go on.
Originally Posted by zaremba
The Filth have comfortably the better bowling. But the Gash have the batting. Might be quite good to watch.