The cease fire agreement is an important step in stopping the violence in South Sudan but critical issues remain and support from the U.S. is essential.
Missing in the debate about "what to do" in South Sudan are the voices of citizens, civil society leaders, women and youth directly affected by the crisis.
The most surprising, unsurprising, troubling, promising, and under-discussed aspects of the crisis in South Sudan.
in 2013, the glaring cases of mass killings and failures cannot be ignored. But neither should the newest efforts in the fight to counter them.
A giant postcard with signatures from 5,202 supporters demanding action on Sudan to House Foreign Affairs Chairman Ed Royce (R-CA) was delivered this week.
We add our voice to our many partners in urging South Sudan’s leaders and all involved in the crisis to do their utmost to stem the current violence.
The crisis unfolding in the Central African Republic may end up being the most under-reported story of the year.
It's time to account for the Administration's new strategy of direct military engagement with Burma with ongoing concerns of human rights abuses.
With a long history of human rights violations by the Burmese military, experts warn against increasing U.S.-Burma military-to-military relations.
Some call him “Superman,” a “spiritual force,” or in his native French, “Le docteur,” but I believe the best word to describe Dr. Denis Mukwege is: a hero.