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, have begun showing up on YouTube as well. We hope they keep coming. Below, we post the most recent one we could find.

The report, which was featured as part of Foreign Exchange’s Jan. 18 show, is by Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting grantee Christopher Milner. Read more about his project here.

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