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    Darfur and Genocide : Mechanisms for Rapid Response, an End to Impunity This paper argues that the events leading up to the present genocide in Darfur were recognisable as indicators of genocide as early as September 2003, and perhaps much earlier. The United Nations, the USA, the UK and the EU are guilty once again of not responding early enough with appropriate measures to avoid such a catastrophe. Web Site. electronic | Electronic (Form).
    • Contributor: Austin, Greg - Koppelman, Ben
    • Date: 2006-03-20
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    The Darfur Crisis : A Test Case for Humanitarian Intervention The aim of this paper is to provide a brief, but broader perspective on the nature of the conflict in Darfur -- a conflict which is much-discussed, but often over-simplified -- and to outline the dilemmas emerging from a situation where there is a clear international responsibility to protect civilians. Despite the complexities involved, it concludes with a call for urgent and robust action ...
    • Contributor: Gberie, Lansana
    • Date: 2006-03-20
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    Dealing with Darfur : Can the World Act on its Responsibility to Protect? Yale Harper Fowler Fellow Lecture, Yale Law School, December 6, 2004. Web Site. electronic | Electronic (Form).
    • Contributor: Podesta, John
    • Date: 2005-09-03
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    Sudan, the Darfur Crisis and the Status of North-South Negotiations Report prepared by the Congressional Research Service concerning the background and current status of the Darfur Conflict and both United States and international policy options. Web Site. electronic | Electronic (Form).
    • Contributor: Dagne, Theodore S. - Everett, Bathsheaba - Library of Congress - Congressional Research Service
    • Date: 2006-03-20