Blog Posts in Sudan and South Sudan

Posted by Enough Team on Mar 4, 2015

Gold coming from Sudan is conflict-affected, high-risk, and helping to destabilize the country’s main conflict-zones of Darfur, Blue Nile and South Kordofan, according to a new Enough Project report by Policy Analyst Akshaya Kumar. Fool's Gold: The Case for Scrutinizing Sudan's Conflict Gold Trade provides an overview of conflict-affected gold in Sudan and offers policy recommendations, including urgent action by the United States, the United Nations, and the international gold industry.

Posted by Enough Team on Mar 3, 2015

Today, the U.N. Security Council unanimously passed a resolution that creates a targeted sanctions regime on spoilers of peace in South Sudan. This Storify combines some immediate responses from groups and bodies including the Enough Project, Human Rights Watch, the African and European Unions, and more.

Posted by Enough Team on Feb 5, 2015

Ali Karti, Sudan’s foreign minister and primary diplomat, was invited to attend today's White House Prayer Breakfast, triggering protests from anti-genocide activists. In this ThinkProgress piece, Sudan and South Sudan Policy Analyst Akshaya Kumar answers 7 questions about Karti, the ongoing conflicts in Sudan, and the U.S. government's involvement in supporting peace in the country.

Posted by Travis Roberts on Jan 9, 2015
Dominic Ongwen, in a photograph from 2006

Read what Enough's experts are saying about the surrender of top LRA commander Dominic Ongwen, the backstory of the fighter known as "The White Ant," and news coverage from outlets ranging from The New York Times to Vice News.

Posted by Enough Team on Dec 23, 2014

In a new report, “Starving War, Feeding Peace – And Setting the Table for National Dialogue in Sudan” the Enough Project calls on the international community to leverage economic pressure on the Sudanese government in support of an inclusive and comprehensive national dialogue.