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Sanctions Strategies: How to Improve Sanctions Effectiveness with Strategic Planning

Sanction
During a budget hearing in the House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Africa, Global Health, Global Human Rights, and International Organizations, Representative Ilhan Omar (D-MN) highlighted a number of key questions and issues concerning sanctions strategies in Africa. Rep. Omar referred specifically to The Sentry’s recent report on sanctions effectiveness and inquired as to how the U.S. government develops its sanctions policies to include strategic alignment, clear messaging, and exit strategies. These are areas in which there is room for improvement ...
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Enough Project and The Sentry Statement: Maximum Pressure Campaign and Diplomatic Surge Needed Now in South Sudan

South Sudan
Click here to download this statement. The latest postponement in South Sudan of the formation of a government of national unity for another 100 days, along with the lack of implementation of key aspects of the peace accord, demonstrates the inadequacy of current efforts to promote peace in the country. Ad hoc emergency diplomacy and vague threats of future consequences will not bring about the full implementation of the peace agreement. Given the monumental failures by the leaders of the South Sudanese government and the opposition, the time has come for a maximum pressure campaign, one that is tied to ...
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New Report by The Sentry Details Impact of Sanctions in Sub-Saharan Africa

In-Depth Study Documents Successes and Challenges of Targeted Network Sanctions and Presents Recommendations to Increase Effectiveness ...
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African Arguments Op-ed: Abyei: Sudan and South Sudan’s new chance to solve old disputes

South Sudan, Sudan
This op-ed originally appeared in African Arguments and was written by John Prendergast, Co-Founder of The Sentry and Founding Director of the Enough Project, and Brian Adeba, Deputy Director of Policy at the Enough Project ...
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African Arguments Op-ed: أبيي: فرصة السودان وجنوب السودان الجديدة السانحة لحل النزاعات القديمة

South Sudan, Sudan
This op-ed originally appeared in African Arguments and was written by John Prendergast, Co-Founder of The Sentry and Founding Director of the Enough Project, and Brian Adeba, Deputy Director of Policy at the Enough Project ...
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Breaking Investigative Report: The Sentry Reveals “Oligarch” Al-Cardinal as Major Enabler of Corruption and Violence in South Sudan

An investigative report published today by The Sentry, “Al-Cardinal: South Sudan’s Original Oligarch” spotlights the business activities of Ashraf Seed Ahmed Hussein Ali, widely known as Al-Cardinal, a Sudanese businessman who has mastered the art of doing business in a state riddled with corruption ...
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Daily Maverick Op-ed: Investing in South Sudan Oil Could Add Fuel to the Flames

South Sudan
This op-ed originally appeared in Daily Maverick and was written by Brian Adeba, Deputy Director of Policy at the Enough Project, and Megha Swamy, Deputy Director of Policy and Analysis at The Sentry ...
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Sigal Mandelker Steps Down as U.S. Treasury’s Under Secretary for Terrorism and Financial Intelligence

The U.S. Treasury's Under Secretary for Terrorism and Financial Intelligence, Sigal Mandelker, has decided to step down from her position and return to the private sector. As Under Secretary, Ms. Mandelker was charged with developing and implementing U.S. government strategies to combat terrorist financing and money laundering, as well as other policies and programs to fight financial crime.  She supervised the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC), Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN), the Office of Intelligence and Analysis (OIA), and the Office of Terrorist Financing and Financial Crimes (TFFC), leveraging the department’s unique regulatory and enforcement functions to help safeguard ...
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George Clooney and John Prendergast in USA Today: Violence is the business model in South Sudan

South Sudan
Clooney and Prendergast write, "For this peace deal and future hopes of democracy ever to have a chance in a hijacked nation like South Sudan, those complicit in its capture and those spoiling potential peace must face steep consequences so that the rule of law replaces a business model dependent on looting and extreme violence." ...
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Lemkin Summit to End Genocide and Mass Atrocities 2020

Lemkin Summit to End Genocide and Mass Atrocities 2020
Join the Enough Project for The Lemkin Summit to End Genocide and Mass Atrocities, this year’s three-day conference bringing students and community leaders at the forefront of the anti-atrocity movement to D.C. for a weekend of learning and action ...
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