Readers write about "cap and trade" and an international body of democratic nations.
About $1 billion is needed over three years, according to a new assessment. But the junta's lack of reform is raising doubts about long-term assistance.
Each side has domestic reasons to prolong the conflict.
The US also hopes to establish a diplomatic presence in Tehran for the first time in 30 years, according to the Guardian newspaper.
Critics say The International Criminal Court's move Monday to indict Sudan's president for war crimes may hamper peace.
As dispute persists in wake of presidential election, the country seems poised between negotiated settlement and outright civil war.