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Modernize, don’t remove, Sudan’s sanctions | TheHill

There are two main problems with this approach. First, nothing concrete has changed on the ground in Sudan at a level of significance that justifies such a sweeping move. There is no peace deal, or even peace process, that holds … Continue reading

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Obama’s Premature ‘Easing’ of Sanctions on Sudan | Human Rights Watch

It’s impossible to match Sudan’s reality with the Obama administration’s claims of “sustained progress.” Lifting most sanctions sends an appalling message to Sudan – and other repressive governments – that whatever crimes you commit, however many of your citizens you … Continue reading

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United States to Lift Sudan Sanctions – The New York Times

Eric Reeves, one of the leading American academic voices on Sudan, said he was “appalled” that the American government was lifting sanctions. He said that Sudan’s military-dominated government continued to commit grave human rights abuses and atrocities, and he noted … Continue reading

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Obama accused of ‘making a deal with the devil’ as he eases sanctions on Sudan

“To overlook the crimes of a regime that for 27 years has waged genocidal counter-insurgency campaign after genocidal counter-insurgency campaign boggles the imagination,” said Eric Reeves Source: Obama accused of ‘making a deal with the devil’ as he eases sanctions … Continue reading

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Sudan could explode: Now is not the time for the U.S. to play nice with Khartoum – The Washington Post

The Obama administration can’t remain silent. Source: Sudan could explode: Now is not the time for the U.S. to play nice with Khartoum – The Washington Post

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Chemical weapons attacks Darfur | Amnesty International

Amnesty International has gathered harrowing evidence of the repeated use of chemical weapons against civilians, including very young children, in Jebel Marra – one the most remote parts of the western region of Darfur, Sudan. Source: Chemical weapons attacks Darfur … Continue reading

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Don’t Forget Darfur – The New York Times

A reckless new military offensive by the Sudanese regime threatens another humanitarian disaster in the region. Source: Don’t Forget Darfur – The New York Times

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Darfur-American Impores President to Make Sudan a Priority in 2016 | Act For Sudan

Source: DARFURI-AMERICAN IMPLORES PRESIDENT TO MAKE SUDAN A PRIORITY IN 2016 | Act For Sudan WASHINGTON, DC – January 29, 2016 – Mohamed Suleiman, an American from Darfur and Co-Founder of Act for Sudan, today issued an open letter to … Continue reading

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Obama’s Sudan Legacy: Justice and Restitution for the People of Sudan | Eric Reeves

A remarkable opportunity has presented itself, one that allows the administration to create an important legacy for the two Sudans, one that would endure long after the end of President Obama’s term in office. Source: Obama’s Sudan Legacy: Justice and … Continue reading

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“Sudan and the Obama Administration Department of Justice: Moral myopia on a grand scale” | 28 July 2015

“Sudan and the Obama Administration Department of Justice: Moral myopia on a grand scale” | 28 July 2015.

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