The Void

Power, Samantha
May 2006
New Republic;5/15/2006, Vol. 234 Issue 18, p16
The article reports that although the anti-genocide movement in the United States has prompted political response, the country cannot intervene without help. The wars in Iraq and Afghanistan have drained the country of its military forces. The movement has resulted in mass-divestment of companies doing business in Sudan, but economic sanctions will not be enough without international help.


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