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.

“We stand with the people of Syria”

On September 2, 2012, United to End Genocide participated in a march and rally opposing Syrian government brutality together with Syrian American organizations and Amnesty International USA.

World Silence is Killing Syria: March and Rally This Sunday

The Syrian Revolution began on March 15 as an attempt to call for a democratic nation. In response, the Assad regime has been brutally suppressing and punishing its civilians. Join us on Sunday, September 2 in Washington DC for a rally against violence in Syria.

Olympic Action Makes Mark

On opening day, we heard directly from representatives of the Russia Olympic Committee Vice President accused of shipping arms to Syria.

Congress Condemns Russia’s Support of Syria

The United States Congress continues to bring attention to Russia’s role in enabling atrocities in Syria.

Terror Games: Syria, Russia and the Olympics

Russia supports Bashar al-Assad’s murderous regime in Syria, and members of its Olympic Committee are profiting from it.

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.

The Turning Point in Syria?

After the bombing which killed at least four top Syrian regime officials, the nucleus of mass atrocities has shifted toward Damascus.

Syria: Farewell to Arms

Weapons are getting in to Syria, but there are things the international community can do to help stem the human costs of conflict.

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.

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