Keeping Rice’s Commitment to Sudan

July 1st was the start of Susan Rice’s new position as National Security Advisor to President Obama, marking the end of her term as Ambassador to the UN.

This Weekend: One Million Bones on the National Mall

The image of one million handmade bones on the National Mall gives Americans a better sense of the scale of the these tragedies and the urgency for action.

Falmouth High School Students Dedicated to Genocide Awareness and Prevention

Falmouth High School is at it again. On Friday, April 5, the school will host an art exhibit entitled “The Power of Grace Rising from Genocide” in Portland, Maine. You may remember this high school from two of our previous blogs. For the past two years, the school created similar art exhibits that educated more […]

State of the Union Missed the Big Picture on the United States and Global Security

Last night, President Barack Obama delivered his State of the Union address highlighting many important and pressing issues while missing others.

The Presidential Election and Ending Genocide and Mass Atrocities

With lives at risk across the planet, we must know what actions the next president will take to end genocide and mass atrocities.

Nine Crises We’re Watching: Part III

The final installment in this three part series covers Nigeria, Tajikistan and Zimbabwe. What crises are you most concerned about?

Nine Crises We’re Watching: Part II

In the second of a three part series, United to End Genocide discusses past violence and potential risks in Ivory Coast, Libya and Mali.

Nine Crises We’re Watching: Part I

United to End Genocide is monitoring conflicts in the Central African Republic, Ethiopia, and Kenya, where violence, hate speech and repression of political dissent could be warning signs of future mass atrocities.

Fight to Stem Deadly International Arms Trade Continues

After failing to pass the Arms Trade Treaty by the end of July, the fight to stem the flow of deadly arms around the world continues.

What Can Governments Do in the Face of Impending Genocide?

As far as emerging or ongoing crises are concerned, our policymakers appear to be as paralyzed as ever.

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