NEW ON THE CPG Blog
October 8, 2013
Dr. Andrew Marx has tested a proactive and cost-effective approach that uses free and publicly available mid-resolution images provided by NASA satellites to show that destruction of villages by burning produces a change in the reflectivity pattern of the affected area that can be automatically detected.
october 3, 2013
Watch a conversation with Mike Abramowitz, director of the Museum's Center for the Prevention of Genocide, and former presidential special envoy to Sudan, Richard Williamson, who explain why policymakers and citizens all have a responsibility to act when faced with genocide or mass atrocities.
September 24, 2013
The Museum expressed its deep concern about the worsening situation of Burma's Rohingya, a Muslim minority in Rakhine State.
September 6, 2013
Mike Abramowitz, Director of the Center for the Prevention of Genocide, penned this op-ed on Syria in the Washington Post that lays out some of the challenges the world faces in trying to prevent genocide and crimes against humanity.
Featured Items from the CPG Blog
Ieng Sary, one of the senior Khmer Rouge leaders on trial in Cambodia for the mass atrocities committed in that country between 1975 and 1979 died at age 87 in the midst of his trial. 3/15/2013
Over the past two years, a humanitarian crisis has been building in the border areas between Sudan and South Sudan in the context of a civil war between the government of Sudan and rebels from the Sudan People's Liberation Movement—North. 7/16/2013
The Museum hosts the launch of a new report by former Secretary of State Madeleine K. Albright and former Presidential Special Envoy to Sudan Richard S. Williamson on how to realize the promise of R2P. 8/8/2013