The UN Security Council has unanimously passed the US/UK Iraq resolution. The US held strong that they would not tolerate UN interference in the process of restoring democracy to Iraq. The US must try to restore sovereignty to Iraq as soon as possible (which we had every intention of doing anyway) and presenting a timetable to the Security Council for elections and a new constitution by December 15. (My suggestion for the timeline: When it’s done.)
All in all, a symbolic win for the US. Of course this doesn’t change anything, we won’t get any significant amount of international troops other than those already there, and already Europe is saying that they won’t send more than a token amount of money. In the end, Bush can say that he got the UN’s seal of approval, and it didn’t do a damn thing for us.