Sunday 8 August 2004 Editorial, The Times-Picayune
August 07, 2004 — That was some trick the Sudanese government just pulled, lining up a group of ne’er-do-wells and petty criminals and blaming them for the genocide that has killed tens of thousands of (...)
Saturday 7 August 2004 Will this critical humanitarian task fall victim of Security Council politics?
By Eric Reeves
August 6, 2004
WILL THE UN ASSESSMENT OF SECURITY IN DARFUR BE
One week after the UN Security Council belatedly passed a (...)
Saturday 7 August 2004 Leading article, The Independent
LONDON, Aug 07, 2004 — How much longer is the West going to stand by and look on while a humanitarian crisis involving hundreds of thousands of people unfolds in Darfur in Western Sudan?
It’s a (...)
Friday 6 August 2004 By Clifford D. May and Cliff Schecter.
WASHINGTON, Aug 6, 2004 (The Washington Times) — We don’t agree on many things. One of us is a Republican and the other a Democrat. One believes Iraq is the front line in the War on Terrorism, the (...)
Friday 6 August 2004 By Jonathan Steele
LONDON, Aug 6, 2004 (The Gardian) — The cold war was a time of hot diplomacy. Because in Europe the great contest of the second half of the last century was deadlocked on the battlefield, it was fought largely at (...)
Friday 6 August 2004 NEW YORK, Aug 6, 2004 (The Wall Street Journal) — As the killing in the western Sudanese region of Darfur unfolds, there is nothing but chilling silence from Europe’s usually vociferous antiwar crowd.
The conspicuous silence vis-à-vis (...)
Friday 6 August 2004 By Lee Smith, Slate Magazine
August 05, 2004 — Last week the U.N. Security Council passed a resolution demanding that the Sudanese government "disarm and prosecute" the Janjaweed. Together with government troops, the armed Arab militia (...)
Friday 6 August 2004 Editorial, The Economist
August 05, 2004 — Nearly a year after the horse bolted, the UN has given the people who opened the stable door 30 days to show that they are serious about trying to rein it in again. Or else they will face (...)
Friday 6 August 2004 By The New York Daily News
August 05, 2004 — One of the great criticisms of the Bush administration is that it brought down international coals of fire on the U.S. because of its go-it-alone foreign policy. But now we are at a moment (...)
Thursday 5 August 2004 By Roberta Cohen, Brookings Institution-Johns Hopkins(Washington).
WASHINGTON DC, Aug 5, 2004 (Washington Post) — The United States should press France to act on Darfur as a July 25 editorial advocated, but it also should seek action (...)
President Bashir: a historian at large2013-12-08 04:09:55 By Magdi El Gizouli
A confident President Bashir addressed a jovial crowd on Saturday in Garri, just north of Khartoum to celebrate what state media described as the 500th anniversary of Sudan’s (...)
Journeying together for reconciliation2013-12-11 10:36:06 PRESS RELEASE
Holy Trinity Peace Village, Kuron, Eastern Equatoria State, South Sudan
December 06, 2013
The Committee for National Healing, Peace and Reconciliation held a retreat and workshop (...)
Sudan: Dozens Held Without Charge2013-12-03 05:05:33 African Commission Should Investigate Alleged Torture and Ill-Treatment
(Nairobi, November 28, 2013) – Sudan is still detaining dozens of people without charge in connection with September 2013 (...)
Wulu county MPs condemn governor’s defamatory speech2013-11-30 06:31:51 PRESS RELEASE
Wulu County Members of Parliament Condemn the Caretaker Governor’s Defamatory Speech
On Monday the 25th of November, 2013, the caretaker Governor of Lakes state Gen. Matur Chut (...)