Blog Posts in OpEds and Letters to the Editor

Posted by Enough Team on Aug 11, 2014
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If America really wants to help Africa grow with trade and investment, it needs to ditch a number of stereotypes it still holds. Enough's founding director, John Prendergast talks ways to counter negative stereotypes about Africa. 

 
Posted by Holly Dranginis on Aug 8, 2014

When Nobel Peace Prize winner Leymah Gbowee led women in song at the fish markets on the Liberian coast in the late 1990s, she began one of the most striking peace movements of our time. Amidst brutal civil war, Gbowee mobilized women across diverse religious and political affiliations to demand inclusion in their country’s peace process. As they advanced from church basements to picket lines to presidential palaces, little did Gbowee know she would inspire women over a decade later, almost three thousand miles away in the war-ravaged eastern provinces of the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Posted by Enough Team on Aug 8, 2014
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The U.S. and the U.N. have an opportunity to prevent further bloodshed in Central Africa, if they’re prepared to take certain steps to do so.
 

 

Posted by Enough Team on Jun 18, 2014

Pundits and policymakers alike increasingly push the narrative that America’s influence is waning and that it lacks the leadership to get anything done internationally. Despite the rhetoric plastered across editorial columns, a quiet, but ruthlessly effective effort is targeting and punishing international criminal actors and regimes on America’s newest front lines: the international financial system. Akshaya Kumar and Ken Sofer explain why Congress should give the Department of Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control the resources necessary for an expanded mission.

Posted by Enough Team on May 20, 2014

If Congo and the international community are to learn anything productive from the Minova trial, they will look beyond its verdict. The devil - and the value - is in the details.