Monday, August 23, 2010

Dueling opinions on U.S. policy towards Sudan

The Africa Program of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars published in August 2010 two papers titled “Two Views on the Crisis in Sudan” (PDF) that propose very different approaches by the U.S. Government in its relations with Sudan.

The first paper by John Prendergast and Laura Jones of the advocacy organization Enough Project calls for more U.S. pressure on the government of Sudan. The second paper by former Sudanese ambassador Nureldin Satti and former consultant for UNESCO urges impartiality by the U.S. Government and confidence building measures with the Sudanese government.

Read both of them and decide for yourself.

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