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  • Top Ten Statements on Darfur in 2008
    on Dec 31, 2008
    Darfur was big news in 2008, from the focus on China and the Olympics, to the International Criminal Court (ICC) investigations, to the U.S. presidential elections, and beyond. Below is a round-up of the top ten most important statements on developme...
  • Daily Darfur: Top 5 American News Sources on Darfur
    on Dec 30, 2008
    Tara Sonenshine writes, for the Huffington Post, of the astonishing decline of American journalism---and in particular, the decline in coverage of international issue. Sonenshine cites a study by the Pew Research Center that found that" 64% of parti
  • Daily Darfur: Looking Back at 2008 with Regret, Looking Forward with Hope and Apprehension
    on Dec 29, 2008
    An AFP article looks back at the the last year and forward to the next in Darfur, noting: "Darfur ends 2008 more dangerous than ever with a much vaunted UN mission unable to protect civilians and a possible war crimes indictment against Sudan's
  • Honoring Upstanders from the Holocaust: Recognition for Jane Haining
    on Dec 29, 2008
    As Samantha Power so aptly wrote in her seminal book A Problem from Hell: America and the Age of Genocide, in cases of genocide and mass atrocity, there are upstanders, and there are bystanders. (And, of course, there are the murderous modern-day sup...
  • Daily Darfur: It's Time to Stop Sitting on our Hands
    on Dec 28, 2008
    As promised, Nicholas Kristof penned a great op-ed in the Sunday New York Times calling on Obama & Co. to reconsider harsh measures against Khartoum until they end the genocide--measures that the Bush Administration considered, but passed on, muc.
  • Am I Not Human? - To Be An Activist in Zimbabwe
    on Dec 27, 2008
    "Everyone has the right to recognition everywhere as a person before the law." And no, Mr. Mugabe, "the law" is whatever you say it is. For my first entry to the "Am I Not Human?" blogging campaign run by Roots of Humanity,
  • Daily Darfur: Kristof Teases about Tomorrow
    on Dec 27, 2008
    Nick Kristof posted an intriguing preview of his Sunday column, which will call on the incoming Obama Administration to take tougher measures against Sudan: "A lot of NGO’s will be horrified by my endorsement of tougher measures, some of them milit
  • The Cambodian Genocide: Uncomfortable Parallels
    on Dec 26, 2008
    A note to politicians everywhere: It's best to avoid doing anything that would allow others to draw parallels between you and the perpetrators of past genocides. Our current administration apparently did not get the memo. Nick Kristof posted a short.
  • Daily Darfur: No Love for UNAMID
    on Dec 26, 2008
    An editorial in the San Antonio Express today notes that, 18 months after authorization, the failure of UN members states to ensure UNAMID's full deployment has cost lives in Darfur: "Even by U.N. standards, the slow deployment in Darfur is abys
  • Contemplating Peace on Earth
    on Dec 25, 2008
    Peace on earth, good will towards men. Such a simple concept. I don't talk about religion often, and am not about to wax theological here, but I will say this: I believe that there's more that unites than divides us in religion, and that faiths
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