Press Releases

  • Sep 12, 2007

    The international community must launch a new “carrots and sticks” initiative to prevent the breakout of Congo’s third major war in the last decade, according to an ENOUGH Project strategy paper released today.

  • Aug 2, 2007

    The aim of the proposed EU force for eastern Chad must focus on civilian protection, according to an ENOUGH Project strategy briefing released today.

  • Jul 27, 2007

    ENOUGH analyses the no-fly zone question and applies a “balance of consequences” test. It concludes that a militarily-enforced stand-alone no-fly zone would have unintended repercussions: the regime would likely ground all aid flights and use any international attack as a rallying cry throughout the Arab and Muslim worlds, the rebels would likely increase attacks, and the proxy war between Sudan and neighboring Chad – which would likely host the aircraft to be used in a no-fly zone, would further deteriorate, spurring new rounds of cross-border attacks.

  • Jun 27, 2007

    The international community must move swiftly to protect the people of Darfur, says the ENOUGH Project in a strategy briefing released today.

  • Jun 13, 2007

    In a strategy briefing released today, the ENOUGH Project calls for a new multilateral peace and protection initiative for Darfur from the three countries with the most leverage in Sudan: the U.S., France, and China.

  • Jun 5, 2007

    In a strategy paper released today, ENOUGH calls for strong U.S. leadership in a coordinated international push to end Africa's longest-running war: the 20-year conflict in northern Uganda.

  • May 29, 2007

    President Bush's announcement today that his administration will begin implementing a set of punitive measures- its oft-threatened "Plan B" - against the Sudanese Government could have marked a real turning point in U.S. policy to end what the president calls genocide. Unfortunately, it doesn't.

  • May 9, 2007

    In a strategy paper released today, ENOUGH calls on the Bush administration to take resolute action against the Sudanese government for ongoing atrocities in Darfur – by implementing a Plan B with “teeth.”