East Sudan: The Next Darfur?

The television program Foreign Exchange with Fareed Zakaria has begun posting all of their weekly shows on YouTube — a great step in what we hope will be an evolution of the video-sharing site (now owned by Google) toward a place that features more than just lip-synching teenagers and virtuoso guitar performances (not that we have anything against those). Each of the Foreign Exchange shows is 30 minutes long — perhaps a little long for posting on a blog. Fortunately, however, individual reports that have aired on Foreign Exchange, many of them produced by the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, […]

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