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Author: Renata Rendón

GlobalPost Op-Ed: The African Union’s Chance to Support Peace in the Sudans

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GlobalPost Op-Ed: The African Union's Chance to Support Peace in the Sudans
In December I traveled to Abyei, a disputed resource-rich region straddling the ill-defined border between Sudan and South Sudan ...
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Resolving the Abyei Crisis: Preventing Violence and Promoting Peace

Resolving the Abyei Crisis: Preventing Violence and Promoting Peace
The cold war between Sudan and South Sudan could reignite into a devastating armed conflict if they do not quickly resolve their dispute over the final status of Abyei, a resource-rich area straddling the two countries’ ill-defined border. A new field report and video discusses the urgency of resolving the dispute in order to maintain peace and security in the region ...
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Op-ed: Crimes against humanity in South Kordofan and Blue Nile

Op-ed: Crimes against humanity in South Kordofan and Blue Nile
The government of Sudan continues to carry out indiscriminate attacks and bombardment against civilian populations, block humanitarian aid, and commit other inhumane acts against its own people. However, under the Responsibility to Protect Doctrine, the burden to protect Sudanese civilians has already shifted to the international community and swift action is required, writes Enough Project's director of policy and advocacy Renata Rendón ...
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