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David L. Phillips

Sustainable peace in Sudan

By David L. Phillips
January 2, 2008

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THE UNITED STATES is threatening Sudan with more sanctions unless the Khartoum government stops obstructing the deployment of a peacekeeping mission to Darfur. While peacekeepers are desperately needed to provide safety and humanitarian access, more will be required to achieve conditions for sustainable peace. With the Darfur Peace Agreement in tatters and political talks at a standstill, refocusing on a ... (Full article: 715 words)

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