Blog Posts in U.S. Policy

Posted by Rachel Finn on Dec 18, 2013

On December 15, violent clashes erupted on the streets of Juba, South Sudan’s capital city. While the details surrounding the spark of the violence are unclear, it is already apparent that these clashes have the potential to destabilize the entire country.  Despite the operational constraints posed by the U.S. embassy’s evacuation of all non-essential staff, the United States government can and must do more to help avert a return to civil war in South Sudan. In an open memorandum the Enough Project outlines possible steps the U.S. could take in addition to what is presently being done.

Posted by Mohammed Adawulai on Dec 4, 2013

Last week, the Enough Project participated in a Google+ Hangout hosted by Digital Mass Atrocity Prevention Lab, or DMAP Lab, of the Montreal Institute for Genocide Studies. 

Posted by Annie Callaway on Nov 27, 2013
Student representatives Georges and Jake deliver the letter to U.S. Special Envo

I was touched by the sincerity of U.S. Special Envoy Feingold as I watched Georges and Jake hand him an open letter from 73 campuses.

Posted by Kateri Kramer on Nov 15, 2013

A weekly roundup of must-read stories, posted every Friday.

 
Posted by Enough Team on Nov 12, 2013

On a cold Monday night, thousands of screaming students and activists are gathered for a rally for Congo.