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Doug Burgum, “I want to assure everyone that our state medical experts, an immense amount of effort will be required to recover and rebuild.Ending a war is often a complicated affair In December 2011 President Obama told US troops returning home from their final tours in Iraq that the American mission in the country was effectively accomplished "We’re leaving behind a sovereign stable and self-reliant Iraq with a representative government that was elected by its people" said Obama during a ceremony at Fort Bragg He was wrong Iraq was still fragile and haunted by simmering sectarian tensions The blitzkrieg offensive led by the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) and a smattering of Sunni militias last week across the countrys northwest has renewed discussion about the Obama Administrations failure to negotiate a deal to leave behind a residual force in the country Debates over leaving American boots on the ground in foreign nations after years of war are often heated especially when the conflicts were deeply unpopular But heres a quick rundown of how major US withdrawals fared when peacekeeping outfits stayed behind in foreign theaters vs what happened when the military simply packed up camp and went home Japan After six years of invasions bombing campaigns offensives and counteroffensives across Asia the Second World War in the Pacific was brought to an end with Japans formal surrender on Sept 2 1945 The countrys military was disbanded by General Douglas MacArthur and a new "pacifist" constitution was drawn up to govern the nation Tokyo and Washington later signed a defense treaty that would allow US forces to remain in the country and in return the American military would be responsible for the nations security Today 38000 US troops are still stationed in Japan at installations across the archipelago nation How has the agreement fared Extremely well Japan has not engaged in any major military conflict since World War II and currently has the third largest economy in the world Korea In the wake of Tokyos pullout from the peninsula in 1945 after the end of World War II the US established a residual presence south of the 38th parallel that was mostly made up of a small advisory force meant to help train the South Korean military However according to Dr Kalev I Sepp a former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense: "Their presence unsupported by air power or ground combat units did not deter the North Korean army from invading the South in 1950 and almost conquering the entire country" Following years of bloody civil war in Korea the 1953 armistice brought fighting between Pyongyang and Seoul to an end In the wars wake the US has maintained a massive military presence in the country which includes infantry divisions fighter jets and nearby battle fleets Approximately 28500 American troops are currently stationed in South Korea "This powerful deterrent force held the North Korean dictatorship in check for over a half-century to today supporting the US policy of defense of democratic South Korea" says Sepp Although the Korean Peninsula is still technically at war South Korea has enjoyed decades of peaceful development that have transformed the country from a flattened war zone to a humming international hub of commerce Vietnam The precipitous collapse of the Southern Vietnamese government in the face of a massive Hanoi-led offensive marked one of the most embarrassing moments in the history of US foreign policy after tens of thousands of American lives were lost and billions of dollars poured into the floundering Republic of Vietnam In January 1973 Hanoi and Washington inked the Paris Peace Accords and the US pulled out its troops just two months later Although President Richard Nixon claimed the deal would "end the war and bring peace with honor" by April 1975 the North Vietnamese overran the south and on April 30 tanks slammed through the gates of the Presidential Palace in Saigon The Republic of Vietnam vanished and the country was reunited under communist rule after decades of conflict and more than a century of colonial occupation The country was almost immediately pinned down in large-scale wars with Cambodia and China following the American pullout Another 20 years would pass before the US and Vietnam would normalize relations The Balkans US-led NATO offensives in Bosnia and Kosovo in the wake of years of gruesome sectarian war in the former Yugoslavian territories ended with negotiated deals ironed out in Dayton Ohio and in a UN Security Council Resolution Following the agreements massive peacekeeping forces were left behind in both countries and then gradually withdrawn as tensions cooled between the various ethnic groups and stakeholders in the region In Bosnia approximately 54000 peacekeepers had boots on the ground in 1995 but by 2011 only a few thousand remained Similarly 50000 peacekeepers were deployed to Kosovo in 1999 As of last year about 5000 remained "I think the key lesson to learn from the Balkans is when youve got a highly mobilized ethno-sectarian identity war like we had in the Balkans and like we had in Iraq by 2006 people dont just get over these kinds of fears and hatreds that sort of warfare produces overnight" Stephen Biddle adjunct senior fellow for defense policy at the Council on Foreign Relations tells TIME According to Biddle residual forces in the Balkans provided a textbook example of how peacekeepers can be utilized to create breathing space for states recovering from bloody bouts of sectarian fighting and provide a way for grievances to be mediated instead of allowing them to relapse into tit-for-tat violence "[It] in turn tends to keep the temperature down and the violence level under wraps as the various internal parties gradually relearn to cooperate with each other" says Biddle Contact us at editors@timecomMore than 200 firefighters have been battling an “unprecedented” blaze at a 120-apartment tower block in Notting Hill West London which killed at least 30 people Here’s what you need to know about the emergency which was declared a “major incident” by London’s mayor Sadiq Khan What happened A fire erupted at the 24-story Grenfell Tower on Latimer Road in West London thought to be home to around 600 people just before 1 am local time on Wednesday morning The first emergency responders arrived within six minutes of receiving a call about the incident Witnesses said they saw trapped residents using their cells phones and flashlights to signal for help as well as jumping from the upper floors of the block The UK’s Press Association said a baby was caught by a member of the public after it was dropped out of a window on the ninth or tenth floor “A woman was gesturing that she was about to throw her baby and if somebody could catch her baby” Samira Lamrani said "Somebody did a gentleman ran forward and managed to grab the baby" More than 100 police officers have been on the scene as well as around 100 medics and 250 firefighters The Metropolitan Police closed the major A40 road in both directions to allow the emergency services access to the incident By mid-afternoon firefighters were carrying out systematic searches throughout the charred wreckage and they are predicted to remain there this evening By 5 pm local time they had managed to reach the top floor of the building A police cordon set up around the block was pushed back Wednesday morning amid concerns that the whole building which was built in 1974 could collapse Actor and writer Tim Downie who lives near the scene told London’s Evening Standard paper that it was the “most terrifying thing” he had ever seen “I just hope they have got everyone out” he added Have there been any fatalities At least 30 people including one person who was taken to hospital have been confirmed dead by the Metropolitan Police “This figure is likely to rise during what will be a complex recovery operation over a number of days” Commander Stuart Cundy said Police said that some victims of the blaze might never be identified There was "a risk that sadly we may not be able to identify everybody" Cundy told reporters according to the BBC The first identified victim of the blaze was named as 23-year-old Mahammed Alhajali a Syrian refugee who arrived in the UK in 2014 The BBC reports that he was a civil engineering student according to the charity group Syria Solidarity Campaign At least six victims have been provisionally identified reports the BBC Have there been any injuries The emergency services said 69 people were injured in the blaze and were taken to six hospitals across London A total of 37 people are still being treated in hospitals including St Mary’s and King’s College and 17 remain in critical care Are people missing Yes People are still searching for relatives and friends more than 24 hours after the blaze began Those missing include a 24-year-old photographer called Khadija Saye an Italian couple called Gloria Trevisan and Marco Gottardi and Rania Ibrham a 30-year-old mother of two young children Worried friends and family are turning to social media to help them find their loved ones My 13 year old niece Jessie has become seperated with her family in the #GrenfellTower Fire please if you see her get in touch ASAP RT Pls pictwittercom/xNk5TEQR89 Ana Ospina (@MakeupAna) June 14 2017 My best friend brother is missing at Grenfell tower please please rt #GrenfellTower pictwittercom/dOwKcWrsfM Lesley Tripp (@ljhatripp) June 14 2017 An emergency number has been set up for anyone concerned for loved ones caught up in the fire Those who are worried are advised to call the Metropolitan Police’s Casualty Bureau An emergency number has been set up for anyone concerned for loved ones in #NorthKensington fire please call Casualty Bureau 0800 0961 233 Metropolitan Police (@metpoliceuk) June 14 2017 What might have caused it The fire’s cause has not yet been identified but residents told the Guardian that the blaze looked like it started in an apartment on a lower floor and then quickly spread upwards It is thought to have engulfed the block from the second floor and above within seconds After the fire broke out a plume of smoke stretched for miles The building was recently restored by developer Rydon and records suggest they used aluminum composite material (ACM) in the cladding or exterior of the tower The product has been “blamed for fueling nearly a dozen major high-rise fires globally in the past decade” according to the Sydney Morning Herald Tweets by architects gathered by the UK-based Architects Journal said the spread of the blaze suggested the cladding played a role Total speculation but never seen a building so evenly on fire Cladding must be to blame Horror Kieran Gaffney (@konishigaffney) June 14 2017 Rydon director Andrew Goldman said it was too early to speculate “We don’t know there is any direct link between the fire and cladding” he said on British television Joe Ruane the former deputy chief fire officer for US Air Force bases in Britain told the Associated Press that he has never seen a fire in an apartment block spread at such speed “It’s not just one thing It’s multiple issues” he said adding that it was likely that several fire protection safeguards at Grenfell Tower failed Had there been safety warnings about the tower block Yes many Local activists the Grenfell Action Group had written numerous times about its concerns for the tower block’s safety regularly calling for it to be torn down “Regular readers of this blog will know that we have posted numerous warnings in recent years about the very poor fire safety standards at Grenfell Tower and elsewhere in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea (RBKC)” a statement posted Wednesday on the group’s website reads “All our warnings fell on deaf ears and we predicted that a catastrophe like this was inevitable and just a matter of time” In a post published in November 2016 the group wrote that “only a catastrophic event” would “expose the ineptitude and incompetence” of the block’s landlord and “bring an end to the dangerous living conditions and neglect of health and safety legislation that they inflict upon their tenants and leaseholders” “Unfortunately the Grenfell Action Group have reached the conclusion that only an incident that results in serious loss of life of … residents will allow the external scrutiny to occur that will shine a light on the practices that characterise the malign governance of this non-functioning organisation” the post continued Were there fire alarms Not according to residents One man who escaped from the seventeenth floor with his aunt said he heard no fire alarms going off "There were no fire alarms anywhere because we don’t have an integrated fire alarm system it’s just every house for itself” he told Channel 4 News “I had to pull myself out to look down the window and I saw the fire blazing and coming up really fast because of the cladding the cladding was flammable and it just caught up like a matchstick” How has the local community responded As always in such tragic times the local community is rallying around those affected by the fire Jon Pewtner Senior Emergency Response Officer for the British Red Cross told the Guardian that locals were collecting food drink and clothes and asking others whether they needed help “There is a good strong community spirit” he said Other institutions have been offering shelter to residents including Latymer Upper School St Clements church and the Al Manar mosque in Ladbroke Grove The reverend Mark O’Donoghue area Dean of Kensington on the support being offered at St Clement’s church #GrenfellFire pictwittercom/pMWs0D8qmD Alexandra Topping (@LexyTopping) June 14 2017 British celebrity chef Jamie Oliver has offered fire victims free food and shelter at his restaurant in the Westfield shopping center In an Instagram post Oliver wrote: “You are all welcome to come hang out in my restaurant and be fed and watered by my Jamie’s Italian team We are in the Westfield just around the corner” A number of individuals including London Mayor Sadiq Khan have condemned the “bad advice” given to residents that advised them to “stay put” if a fire occurred unless told otherwise A 2014 newsletter to residents said the block had been designed according to "rigorous fire safety standards" so “unless there is a fire in your flat or in the hallway outside your flat… you should stay inside your flat” the Guardian reports Fire advice inside the block seems to show ‘stay put’ advice too which caused fatalities in the 2009 Lakanal blaze: https://tco/J534zavIzS pictwittercom/gcVgYMLOnq Dawn Foster (@DawnHFoster) June 14 2017 Speaking about the newsletter on BBC Radio 4’s Today program Wednesday morning Khan said: “Thankfully residents didn’t take that advice but fled… these are some of the questions that have to be answered” What else has London’s mayor said As well as condemning the advice given to residents to “stay put” Khan described the incident as “very distressing” on BBC Radio 4’s Today program “Its very distressing not just for those of us watching as lay people but also very distressing for the emergency services” he said Khan who was recently accused by President Trump of being “pathetic” in his response to the London Bridge terrorist attack added: “We declared a major incident very early which meant not just the fire service but also the London ambulance service the police and the others were involved at the scene" Major incident declared at Grenfell Tower in Kensington 40 fire engines & 200 firefighters at the scene – follow @LondonFire for updates Sadiq Khan (@SadiqKhan) June 14 2017 How has the British government responded Prime Minister Theresa May said on Twitter she was “deeply saddened by the tragic loss of life” at Grenfell Tower later promising a full investigation into the incident “In due course when the scene is secure when it is possible to identify the cause of this fire there will be proper investigation and if there are any lessons to be learned they will be and action will be taken” May said in a televised address Reuters reports I am deeply saddened by the tragic loss of life at Grenfell Tower My thoughts are with all those affected and the emergency services Theresa May (@theresa_may) June 14 2017 The announcement of a deal between May’s Conservative Party and the DUP which was due to take place Wednesday has been postponed until next week because of the fire The leader of the opposition Jeremy Corbyn said he was “devastated” by the incident Devastated to see what’s happened at Grenfell Tower My thoughts are with those affected Thank you to our firefighters & emergency services Jeremy Corbyn (@jeremycorbyn) June 14 2017 This is a developing story Write to Kate Samuelson at katesamuelson@timecom M. that she did not call 911 after she saw Shank had been shot, They (INEC) said they have got them. “These people are 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