From within, that is. It looks like real change is on the way in Zimbabwe, where it does not seem that Mugabe will hold on much longer. The crackdown on dissent has been bloody, but nothing like what we have seen in Iraq, of course. Consider: would this be under way if the West had decided to invade at some point after Mugabe thumbed his nose at us? Even if the regime does not fall for a year or five years to come, surely this slow process of genuine revolt is preferable to a bloody attack from outsiders. And should not conservatives agree with that?