Browsing All posts tagged under »darfur«

The Translator by Daoud Hari

April 25, 2008


Originally published in the Los Angeles Times: MOST Americans have heard of Darfur. Some know that it’s in western Sudan, that the U. S. has called the crisis there a genocide, and that the United Nations has authorized a peacekeeping force. Yet few understand the roots of the conflict, what is happening on the ground, […]

Crisis Guide: Darfur

December 1, 2007


2008 News & Documentary Emmy Award winner, published on

Darfur's Peace Process

June 18, 2007


Originally published on Introduction In May 2006, the Sudanese government signed a peace agreement with one of the rebel groups in Sudan’s western Darfur region. Yet one year later, the agreement is seen as a failure. Security has deteriorated and rebel groups have proliferated. International efforts have focused on pressing Khartoum to accept the […]