Press Releases

  • Oct 29, 2007

    Unless the peace talks in Juba, South Sudan, directly address LRA rebel leader Joseph Kony’s security concerns, peace will remain elusive in northern Uganda, according to an ENOUGH strategy paper released today.

  • Oct 4, 2007

    Beyond the horrific attack on the African Union military base in Haskanita, a number of significant obstacles threaten to derail the rapid deployment of the joint UN/AU protection force (UNAMID) to Darfur, according to an ENOUGH Project strategy briefing released today.

  • Sep 12, 2007

    The international community must launch a new “carrots and sticks” initiative to prevent the breakout of Congo’s third major war in the last decade, according to an ENOUGH Project strategy paper released today.

  • Aug 2, 2007

    The aim of the proposed EU force for eastern Chad must focus on civilian protection, according to an ENOUGH Project strategy briefing released today.

  • Jul 27, 2007

    ENOUGH analyses the no-fly zone question and applies a “balance of consequences” test. It concludes that a militarily-enforced stand-alone no-fly zone would have unintended repercussions: the regime would likely ground all aid flights and use any international attack as a rallying cry throughout the Arab and Muslim worlds, the rebels would likely increase attacks, and the proxy war between Sudan and neighboring Chad – which would likely host the aircraft to be used in a no-fly zone, would further deteriorate, spurring new rounds of cross-border attacks.

  • Jun 27, 2007

    The international community must move swiftly to protect the people of Darfur, says the ENOUGH Project in a strategy briefing released today.

  • Jun 13, 2007

    In a strategy briefing released today, the ENOUGH Project calls for a new multilateral peace and protection initiative for Darfur from the three countries with the most leverage in Sudan: the U.S., France, and China.

  • Jun 5, 2007

    In a strategy paper released today, ENOUGH calls for strong U.S. leadership in a coordinated international push to end Africa's longest-running war: the 20-year conflict in northern Uganda.

  • May 29, 2007

    President Bush's announcement today that his administration will begin implementing a set of punitive measures- its oft-threatened "Plan B" - against the Sudanese Government could have marked a real turning point in U.S. policy to end what the president calls genocide. Unfortunately, it doesn't.

  • May 9, 2007

    In a strategy paper released today, ENOUGH calls on the Bush administration to take resolute action against the Sudanese government for ongoing atrocities in Darfur – by implementing a Plan B with “teeth.”