Wednesday, May 30, 2007
Some four years into the conflict in Darfur, during which the Government of Sudan committed genocide, there remain considerable challenges to ending the conflict and protecting civilians. What should be the top priorities? What are the best strategies for realizing a sustainable peace? Who will protect civilians and how? On May 30, 2007, two of the leading Sudan analysts, John Prendergast and Alex de Waal, debated these and other questions.
To learn more about what these two analysts have been saying about Darfur, visit Alex de Waal’s blog. To learn more about John Prendergast’s perspective, read his policy paper (written with Colin Thomas-Jensen) “A plan B with teeth for Darfur,”. They also testified, with Mia Farrow, before the U.S. House Committee on Foreign Affairs. Both have been interviewed on the Committee on Consicence podcast series, Voices on Genocide Prevention.
Hear the complete audio and read transcript.