Congress Questions U.S. Sudan Strategy

Last week, members of Congress took the Obama administration to task in a hearing on “Human Rights in Sudan.”

Keep Hope in the Sudans: Appoint a New Special Envoy for Sudan and South Sudan

We cannot afford to disengage from the Sudans. Urge President Obama to maintain the U.S. Special Envoy to Sudan and South Sudan in his second term.

Congress Works to Stop U.S. Business Deals with Syria’s Arms Supplier

The House of Representatives overwhelmingly passed an amendment to cut the Pentagon’s ties to the Russian arms company, Rosoboronexport.

Senate Takes Action to Condemn Russia for Enabling Violence in Syria

On June 14, a resolution condemning the Russian government for providing weapons to the Syrian regime was introduced in the Senate.

Keeping Up the Pressure on Burma

Given the ongoing violence in Burma, Congress has an important role to play in ensuring that the U.S. government maintains sanctions.

United to End Genocide President to Testify on Burma

At 2:30 p.m. today, United to End Genocide President, Tom Andrews, will testify before Congress on the situation in Burma.

US Senate Hearing on Sudan and South Sudan

Yesterday, US Special Envoy Princeton Lyman, actor George Clooney, & several others testified at a Senate hearing on the crisis in Sudan.

Senators Call on DoD to End Relationship with Russian Arms Dealer

17 US Senators sent Sec. of Defense Leon Panetta a letter demanding an end to ties with the Russian arms company Rosoboronexport.

Strong Legislation Introduced to Address Escalating Sudan Crisis

United to End Genocide welcomes the introduction of the Sudan Peace, Security, and Accountability Act in response to the escalating crisis.

VIDEO: “We’ve been silent too long”

Rep. McGovern took to the House floor to highlight the humanitarian disaster unfolding in South Sudan.

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