The U.N. says it has confirmed that the world’s worst humanitarian crisis since World War II is taking place in Syria, and it’s taking the world by storm.
The world has seen more than 60,000 people die from fighting since 2015, and there’s no clear plan for what the next two years might hold.
As the situation deteriorates, the U,S.
and Russia are all pushing for a U.n. peace plan.
What the world needs right now is an emergency response plan, and the Trump administration is in the middle of developing it.
So far, the Trump Administration has shown no interest in helping save lives, but that’s not the worst of it.
It also has little understanding of how to do the job.
This is the time for the U’s top leaders to take leadership, and make a commitment to help people and nations.
In other words, what is the right response to the crisis?
What is the country doing right now?
The U needs to be ready to help, but it needs to also be able to respond.
Here’s what the world should know about the U government’s response to Syria’s crisis, from its past to its future.