- 12/19/2008Posted by:
Last week, the ENOUGH Project released a report urging the international community to change its approach toward the conflict in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) – to abandon its tradition of “parachute diplomacy” and peacekeeping quick-fixes in favor of sustained, high-level pressure that will achieve a political settlement and establish long-term security in the region.
Specifically, ENOUGH argues that the international community should:
- 10/18/2008Posted by:
On GW's campus just a few weeks ago, 5 former secretaries of state - James Baker, Madeline Albright, Warren Christopher, Henry Kissinger, and Colin Powell - were interviewed by Christiane Amanpour and Frank Sesno. The group discussed many different global challenges, including Darfur.
The most important quote of the video? Christiane Amanpour's shout-out to STAND: “Many, many people on campuses all over the United States have distinguished themselves by creating a grassroots movement for Darfur.”
- 10/03/2008Posted by:
Tonight, Darfur took the national stage. In front of probably more than 50 million viewers, Gwen Ifill, asked the vice-presidential candidates what they would do about Darfur. And, most likely, this was in no small part due to your letters and e-mails asking her to do so. Watch the video below!