The administration is treating the perpetrators of the Darfur genocide with kid gloves.
America’s interests are best served by defending free states, promoting freedom, and supporting legitimate freedom movements.
Liberals deride Christianity for being oppressive but defend Islam, which actually is oppressive.
Its “human rights” report to the UN is just a list of Democratic Party talking points.
Israeli leaders cannot go safely into some European countries for fear of being arrested for war crimes under the faux-doctrine of “universal jurisdiction,” while children-targeting murderers such as Hamas face no such international reproach.
Eighteen months into the Obama Administration, there is precious little to praise. Africa is fighting the same enemies we fear in the United States.
The chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court has filed genocide charges against Sudan’s president for a five-year campaign of violence in Darfur
The attack, which claimed the lives of three soldiers, is part of a recent wave of increased violence in Darfur
Men and boys, the educated and the uneducated, all come to the north to dig for gold. Once in a while, the desert rewards those not afraid of death or the snake-shaped genie
By claiming the recent vote was “an opening” for citizens of Sudan to “participate and present their views,” the former U.S. president has demonstrated clearly that he is no friend to Sudan’s people
The author discusses human rights issues with the co-founder of the Enough Project
Inaction on Sudan is unacceptable
Sudan has been torn by war, genocide, rape, corruption and evil for more than 40 years. The elections are not free, nor fair. The results will not represent the will of the people. With many opposition leaders boycotting the elections, it is certain indicted war criminal Omar Hassan al-Bashir will remain the leader of this war-torn and genocide ravaged landscape. This architect of crimes against humanity has, unfortunately, received the tacit endorsement of President Barack Obama
Sudan’s first multiparty elections in more than two decades will go ahead despite the withdrawal of several opposition parties alleging campaign irregularities, the election commission said Saturday
Sudan on Tuesday signed a framework peace accord with rebels from the nation’s volatile Darfur region, state media reported