Meeting with South Sudan's President, Kerry underscored the urgency of the crisis but ignored the government's role in some of the atrocities committed and in limiting humanitarian access.
As President Obama hosts Africa's leaders, he must seize the opportunity to prioritize South Sudan to avert the worst famine seen in Africa in decades.
“Caesar” recounted and displayed new photos from his collection of 55,000 images, documenting the torture, starvation, and death of over 11,000 civilians.
We talked with Georgia and Sophia Scott about their new film, In the Shadow of War that explores the effects of the Bosnian genocide on today's youth.
I got Congressman Jim Moran in trouble with President Putin of Russia. And he might be in trouble with the Pentagon next.
The U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit offers a unique opportunity to break the political deadlock in South Sudan and save untold numbers of lives. Urge them to act.
18 years ago, the International Criminal Court was founded to deal with war criminals, yet Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir remains free. #JusticeMatters
A Poisonous Thorn in Our Hearts by James Copnall explores the structures and culture that led up to the split of Sudan and its southern neighbor.
“For Those Who Can Tell No Tales" is a historic exploration of the 1992 ethnic cleansing in former Yugoslavia through the eye of a present-day tourist.
United to End Genocide President Tom Andrews speaks to the US House of Representatives about the reality of grim human rights violations in Burma.