Removing the weapons fueling the war in South Sudan is long overdue and, unfortunately, needed more than ever.
ICC Chief Prosecutor Bensouda expressed deep frustrations but also gave a refreshing reminder that the pursuit of justice in Darfur continues.
As we mark the beginning of the third year of conflict in South Sudan, the risk of famine and further atrocities remains grave. But not all news is bad.
Something very powerful happened last night. We hosted a dinner for leaders of the refugee community. More than 6,000 End Genocide advocates were there too.
The UN Genocide Commemoration day provides a moment to dedicate ourselves to taking action to prevent and end genocide.
Yemen is in chaos. Now the United States. is poised to provide more weapons, making an already complex and dangerous situation even worse.
The U.S. is asking allies to do more to take in refugees but such asks are undermined when we are unwilling to do the very thing we are asking others to do.
It will be a tragedy if the international community fails to address a looming crisis that will affect not only Burundi, but the entire region.
Burma may glaze over criticisms of its democratic transition, but it should not be allowed to glaze over evidence of genocide.
By welcoming Bashir for an official visit for the India-Africa summit, India ignored the deaths of 300,000 Darfuris and those still living in fear today.