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An International Eye on Darfur

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An International Eye on Darfur

An International Eye on Darfur

An International Eye on Darfur

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As the humanitarian crisis deepens in the Western Sudan, African Union troops, backed by multinational donors, try to cope with the limits and ideals of international intervention. We look at the international community and Darfur.

Guests:

Jan Pronk, United Nations Special Representative for Sudan

Alex De Waal, fellow of the Global Equity Initiative, Harvard University; a director of Justice Africa, London

Ambassador Baba Kingibe, African Union's Special Representative in Sudan