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David Morse
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David Morse's work has appeared in Dissent, Esquire, The Nation, Salon, TomDispatch, and elsewhere. One of a handful of journalists to visit South Sudan in 2005, shortly after the death of rebel leader John Garang, he returned to Sudan in 2007 with support from The Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting and The Nation Institute’s Investigative Fund. He's now working on a book about Sudan. His website is david-morse.com.

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Obama, the Gulf Spill, and Jimmy Carter

(16) Comments | Posted May 11, 2010 | 3:13 PM

Picture the jumble of pipes lying on the sea floor after BP's leased drilling platform Deepwater Horizon exploded and sank, and imagine the pipes as tea leaves settling on the bottom of a cup.

Picture a wizened old lady gazing into the cup and prophesying Barak Obama's future:
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BP Profits From Gulf Spill

(4) Comments | Posted May 3, 2010 | 5:29 PM

BP's disastrous blowout in the Gulf of Mexico is expected to wreak vast and long-lasting damage to the environmentally sensitive bayous of the Louisiana coast and to fisheries as far north as Florida. Yet the most stunningly obvious facts go unmentioned in mainstream media.

Beyond the incalculable...

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Can Sudan Marriage Be Saved?

(3) Comments | Posted January 25, 2010 | 1:46 PM

Sudan, the largest country in Africa, is a ticking time-bomb, set to go off next year. 2011 is the date specified under the Comprehensive Peace Agreement (widely referred to as the CPA), signed five years ago by the warring North and South. At that time, the South can vote to...

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Sudan ... Marriage Saved?

(3) Comments | Posted January 21, 2010 | 9:31 PM

Sudan, the largest country in Africa, is a time-bomb set to go off next year.

2011 was the date specified under the Comprehensive Peace Agreement (widely referred to as the CPA) signed five years ago by the warring North and South. On that date, the South can vote to secede...

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