NEW YORK, Aug. 5 -- The Obama administration's Sudan envoy is facing growing resistance to a suggestion he made recently to civilians displaced from D...
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Obama is too cautious, too afraid of upsetting people, too much a believer in his own popularity to ever risk being unpopular.
Typically, talking about a crime by an Arab leader in the Middle East, one will almost always end up talking about other concerned parties. It seems to be a special built-in ability to auto-dodge accountability.
Where are the large-scale protests and outrage from the Muslim community over the senseless deaths and rape of hundreds of thousands of poverty-ridden African Muslims?
There is no question that Bashir has earned his day in Court. But the world must take Bashir's threats of "more violence and blood in Darfur" seriously and prepare accordingly.
Written by Eric Cohen and Susan Morgan
At last, US rhetoric on genocide may mature into effective policy against genocide. What better place to begi...
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