Can China manage an effective partnership with both Sudans?
Campaigns mounted to ask the candidates questions about human rights abuses and atrocities in places like Darfur, the Sudans, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo were ignored.
If the Bashir administration allows the Doha agreement to become a meaningless piece of paper, all semblance of regional trust could be destroyed.
South Sudan, on the verge of nationhood, has a lot of oil but faces enormous challenges.
Southern Sudan’s vote for independence and ongoing violence in Darfur demand U.S. attention.
Pennsylvania divestment bills are unlikely to have much impact on Iran or Sudan, but they provide fodder for moral pieties by politicians.
FPIF’s Emira Woods will be featured on a panel of the “Global-Local Forum” at UDC’s International Education Week.
The United States is scrambling to make sure that the looming break-up of south and north Sudan in 2011 is as peaceful as possible.
Young people everywhere refuse to ignore the deadliest conflict since WWII.
Will the indictment of Sudanese leader Omar al-Bashir lead to greater peace and justice or undermine those elusive goals? Meghan Stewart and Hussein Yusuf provide contrasting views.
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.