April 18, 2012

A Looming Disaster in Sudan

Simon Tisdall, The Guardian

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As clashes spread between the north and south, why are guarantors of the peace agreement not helping to prevent war?

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TAGGED: Sudan, Africa, South Sudan


April 17, 2012
Why Africa's Conflicts Never End
Jeffrey Gettleman, Foreign Policy
There is a very simple reason why some of Africa's bloodiest, most brutal wars never seem to end: They are not really wars. Not in the traditional sense, at least. The combatants don't have much of an ideology; they don't have... more ››
April 9, 2012
Sudan Rebels Talk of Marching on Khartoum
Alex Perry, Time
n the shade of a thorn tree on a plain of cracked earth and yellow grass, Brigadier General Namiri Murrad lays out how the rebels of South Sudan plan to unite and overthrow President Omar Hassan al-Bashir and his Islamist... more ››
April 10, 2012
A Global Assault on Religious Liberty
Doug Bandow, Forbes
Despite its best efforts, America cannot make the world free. But at least Americans can work to make the world freer. They should support religious liberty as they go out into the world. more ››
April 6, 2012
Coups and Politics of Security Assistance
Dan Trombly, Gunpowder & Lead
During the recent coup in Mali, the United States received some unfortunate news: Captain Amadou Haya Sanogo, the nominal leader of the rebellious faction of the country’s military, was trained in the United States under... more ››