Posts Tagged: Darfur
The International Criminal Court failed to take into consideration politics inside Sudan and in the region when making its faulty indictment.
The indictment of the Sudanese president is a strategic opportunity to bring peace to the country.
Genocide is horrifying, but it's not always a black-and-white issue.
Are China's relations with Sudan a reason for the international community to boycott the opening ceremonies of the Beijing Olympics? Eric Reeves and James Nolt take sides.
The international community should boycott the opening ceremonies of the Olympics to send a signal to China about its support of the Sudanese government, argues Eric Reeves.
Those protesting Beijing's hosting of the summer Olympics are simply stoking patriotic feelings within China, argues James Nolt.
Senators Clinton, McCain, Obama have something to say about the UN, nuclear proliferation and other global cooperation issues. Really.
As the Democratic presidential primary campaign limps on, and the cacophony of focus-grouped sound bites strikes a fevered pitch, the candidates are making surprisingly little noise about Darfur.
UN peacekeeping operations are increasing in size and complexity. Why aren't they getting the financial and political support they need?
A response to Kevin Funk and Steve Fake: Divestment will help to end the Genocide in Darfur.