Wednesday, March 22, 2006

Darfur genocide demands immediate global attention

By Brandon Guichard, regular columnist

In 2004, Colin Powell called the turmoil in Darfur the “worst humanitarian crisis” we face today. Two years later, and the issue hasn’t moved from the back burner of either American or international politics. Thus far, the global reaction to the chaos in Sudan’s southwest province of Darfur has consisted of little more than sympathetic rhetoric and talk of action. The failure, humanities failure, to respond has been recently described as a challenge to “the conscience of our country” and of the world. Read more >>>

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