Diplomacy is the first defense against a country that starts to isolate itself, when it starts to abuse the rights of its own citizens or deal with deal in a violent or armed fashion with a civil war or an insurgency. And when a country starts to isolate itself you have to keep the lines of communication open. Obviously the UN and the UN Security Council is a natural entity for a convener of Quote/unquote the international community to come together around a crisis. In the Darfur case you know it wasn’t a very long time before we were pretty clear what the government was doing, which militias they were arming, who was receiving verbal orders or might have received written orders, you know, what was behind the crisis in Darfur. It informed how we talked to them, the positions we took, and what we were trying to seek on a weekly or a monthly basis as far as benchmarks and improvements in their behavior. It’s a lot easier to do that if a report has been published that says we have verified through a series of investigations and a panel of experts that this government is arming this movement or this government has given their own military the orders to kill civilians or to burn villages. That becomes a lot easier. It doesn’t leave the United States alone in taking these positions.