Report The first in a series of letters to the next president from the ENOUGH project outlining a practical road map to end the crisis in Sudan.
Tomorrow, China assumes the Presidency of the U.N. Security Council, a position that it last held in July 2007 when it led the authorization of a U.N. peacekeeping force for Darfur. At that time, Beijing appeared to be responding to a global campaign by activists, in advance of the Olympics, to shame China into using its influence to address human rights crises in locales in which it has significant economic investments. But China's actions have belied its rhetoric, and it has continued to protect its favorite deadly dictators in places like Darfur, Burma, and Zimbabwe. A revised strategy must put greater focus on China's wallet.
Report The U.N. Security Council has an opportunity to demand real change in Sudan, but history suggests they won't act in time.
Report Holding people accountable for war crimes is not only the right thing to do from a moral perspective—it directly promotes peace and makes future abuses less likely.
Report Lord’s Resistance Army leader Joseph Kony’s failure to sign a peace deal drove a nail into the coffin of the Juba peace process; this report outlines a new strategy.
Report Just as the Somali insurgency is intensifying, a possible window of opportunity has swung open in the form of a power-sharing agreement to end the war.
Report The U.N. “Responsibility to Protect” doctrine has the capacity to protect, but it can only work with significant political will.
Report This oil-rich region of Sudan is one of the most potent of tripwires in all of Sudan, write Roger Winter and John Prendergast.
John Prendergast and Adam O'Brien argue that the time is ripe to pursue the conclusion of a swift deal with LRA leader Joseph Kony himself.
Report Progress has been made, and with further effort, we have a real chance at ending the cycles of violence in Sudan, reports the ENOUGH project.
Report New ENOUGH report says that the Darfur peace talks in Sirte, Libya can succeed with the right efforts from the international community.
Report Roger Winter and John Prendergast detail the need to support both the resolution of Darfur’s crisis and the timely implementation of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement.