Peacekeeping on the Cheap?

Salim Salim, the former chief mediator for the African Union in Darfur, published an op-ed in the International Herald Tribune yesterday strongly criticizing the international community for failure to support UNAMID: If the international community is serious about fulfilling its responsibility to protect civilians in Darfur, it can start by providing the basics that Unamid […]

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UNAMID Chief Welcomes Darfur Consortium Report

Yesterday, I wrote about a Darfur Consortium report that illustrates the effects of the international community’s inadequate efforts to deploy UNAMID, the A.U.-U.N. peacekeeping force for Darfur. The report received a high-level endorsement today. Rodolphe Adada, the Joint A.U.-U.N. Special Representative for Darfur, expressed his appreciation for the Consortium’s effort to produce the report.

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How Much Longer Must They Wait?

As the one-year anniversary of the authorization of UNAMID approaches, we are constantly reminded of the world’s failure to protect the people of Darfur. The Darfur Consortium released a report today that provides a view of Darfur from the ground, the miserable conditions that Darfuri civilians are enduring, and the inability of a long-delayed and […]

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GI-NET Interview with Luis Moreno-Ocampo

Our partner organization, GI-NET, recently recorded the following interview with Luis Moreno-Ocampo, Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court.

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Trail of Delays

In the last two weeks, 8 peacekeepers have been killed in Darfur. Commenting on the loss of 5 Rwandan soldiers, Rwanda Defense Force spokesman Jill Rutaremara said: I imagine if UNAMID had better equipment, for instance, if they had attack helicopters, if they had surveillance aircraft and other logistical support, and if their number was […]

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