In a surprising move, President Obama, with only a week left in his presidency, has made the decision to lift sanctions and open up trade with Sudan; a regime that has and continues to commit genocide, war crimes, and crimes against humanity against its own people.
Listen to the alarm bells. Do you hear them? They rang for Rwanda, and we did not listen. They’ve rung for Syria for some time now, leaving the people of Aleppo wondering where we are. They now ring for South Sudan. Will we respond?
War is horrifically, painfully, and unconscionably nothing new. So why does Aleppo seem different?
Over the past 13 years, the people of Darfur have suffered unimaginable violence at the hands of Sudanese President Omar Hassan
Big mansions and swimming pools under palm trees, suited young men posing in front of big cars and private jets –
Today, 65 million people are displaced globally due to violent conflicts – the highest number in recorded human history. Last year,
During the 2015 ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) summit in Kuala Lumpur, the regional bloc briefly and fruitlessly deliberated on
Earlier this year, we joined the Congo advocacy community in a to promote free and fair elections in the DR Congo
Earlier this year, we joined the Congo advocacy community in a campaign to promote free and fair elections in the DR
Horrific violence, which has plagued the Central African Republic (CAR) since late 2012, was precipitated by the disintegration of the state,