200 Marines and 50 French troops have already landed in Haiti, to restore some speck of order to Port-au-Prince. More American troops are almost certain to follow, now that the U.N. Security Council has approved a multi-national peacekeeping force to be sent there.Phil Carter and Caribpundit are keeping track of developments.THERE'S MORE: "Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld estimated 1,500 to 2,000 U.S. troops would take part in [the Haiti] operation to be commanded for no longer than three months by U.S. officers before being turned over to the United Nations," according to the Washington Post.
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