If stopping genocide matters to the US and the UN Security Council, they must act when countries like Egypt engage with leaders accused of genocide.
ICC Chief Prosecutor Bensouda expressed deep frustrations but also gave a refreshing reminder that the pursuit of justice in Darfur continues.
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.
If Sudan's President Bashir comes to the US next month to speak at the United Nations we can end his "endemic impunity" by arresting him.
After Bashir's controversial visit to South Africa, the fact remains that 12 years after the start of atrocities in Darfur, justice has again been denied.
South Africa’s failure to arrest Bashir is yet another step backwards in holding perpetrators accountable for the world’s worst crimes.
President Obama promised the people of Darfur: "We can't say 'never again' and allow it to happen again." If peacekeepers leave, killing will happen again.
The UN referred Darfur to the International Criminal Court ten years ago but atrocities that were supposed to end are at their highest levels in a decade.
The only thing worse than the Obama administration's failing Sudan policy is their failure to recognize it.
It is not too late to mitigate the suffering and counter the mounting violence and impunity in Darfur. Congress can help, but they must act now.