Foreign Affairs Article

Beyond Darfur

Author: Andrew S. Natsios

While the crisis in Darfur simmers, the larger problem of Sudan's survival as a state is becoming increasingly urgent. Old tensions between the Arabs of the Nile River valley, who have held power for a century, and marginalized groups on the country's periphery are turning into a national crisis. Engagement with Khartoum may be the only way to avert another civil war in Sudan, and even that may not be enough.

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Religion and Foreign Policy Conference Call with Gloria E. White-Hammond

Speaker: Gloria E. White-Hammond
Presider: Irina A. Faskianos

Listen to Gloria E. White-Hammond, cofounder of My Sister's Keeper and copastor of Bethel AME Church in Boston, discuss the role that faith-based organizations are playing in Africa, with a focus on their efforts in Darfur, as part of CFR's Religion and Foreign Policy Conference Call Series.

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The Choices in Darfur

Author: Michael J. Gerson
Washington Post

Michael J. Gerson states that “deployment of UN troops is perhaps the last hope for the betrayed people of Darfur. And we cannot run again.”

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