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I realise I am at risk of contradicting myself simply by posting once more on this topic, but it will be the last time, and I'll keep it short: > It must be possible to have a balanced discussion about AI without being > accused of spending more time tearing it apart than focussing on Bush et al. There was no accusation, only a question: How much time...? How people answer that is up to them. I gave my opinion. > Absolutely, it is as important to be critical of AI re: sanctions as it is of > Bush et al. Amnesty has decided it can work on sanctions, and is currently assessing how it will do so, considering other massive changes to its work. If people really do think that it is valuable and helpful in anti-sanctions work to spend a lot of time and effort criticising Amnesty's record, that is entirely their choice. All the best, Glenn. _______________________________________________ Sent via the discussion list of the Campaign Against Sanctions on Iraq. To unsubscribe, visit http://lists.casi.org.uk/mailman/listinfo/casi-discuss To contact the list manager, email firstname.lastname@example.org All postings are archived on CASI's website: http://www.casi.org.uk