No Letup in Darfur

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The Senate Foreign Relations Committee held a hearing yesterday on the ongoing crisis in Darfur, where solutions seem hard to come by, measures already in place seem ineffective, and the conditions on the ground remain horrifying. I tend not to give this conflict the attention it deserves, mainly out of discouragement. Kudos to Joe Biden for keeping it in the spotlight. There’s a lot of suffering being inflicted, and the only hope of ever resolving the multiple conflicts that are causing it is if we don’t forget that.


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