Enough's 5 Recommended Reads
is a biweekly series featuring important stories you may have missed.
- "Sudan – Real and Imagined" (Op-Ed)
Because the world has stopped watching, the imagined Sudan has taken on a veneer of legitimacy as the regime continues to blame external forces for the country’s present state.
- "Violent Kleptocracies" (Activist Brief)
Enough defines violent kleptocracy as a system of state capture in which ruling networks and commercial partners hijack governing institutions for the purpose of resource extraction and for the security of the regime.
- "Combating Violent Kleptocracy in the Democratic Republic of Congo" (Video)
Panelists discuss new policy options for addressing the crisis in Congo, including using tools of financial and judicial pressure that are normally reserved for combating nuclear proliferation and terrorism, as well as new strategies for good governance.
- "South Sudan's Long Road to Peace" (Video)
Brian Adeba, Associate Director of Policy with the Enough Project discusses the humanitarian situation in South Sudan.
- "A New Policy Approach to the Democratic Republic of Congo" (Activist Brief)
If international policymakers are to have a real impact in helping Congolese reformers actually transform the system of violent kleptocracy in the Democratic Republic of Congo, they need to shift lenses and use greater financial pressure.