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last update: february 21st, 2017

february 20th, 2017

British Banks are Go-betweens in Global Conflict. This can be Stopped.

Note: This op-ed originally appeared in the Guardian and was written by The Sentry's co-founders George Clooney and John Prendergast.

 

Almost a year ago, the UK government convened a global summit to commit to fighting corruption. The final communiqué from the governments involved summed up their historic intentions: “We want to send a clear signal to the corrupt that they will face consequences internationally. We want to make it harder for them to travel and do business in our countries.”

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january 23rd, 2017

Don't Let Sudan Off the Hook

This op-ed was originally published in Foreign Affairs and authored by John Prendergast.

 

The Atrocities Have Not Ended - Neither Should the Sanctions

 

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last updated september 18th, 2009

september 18th, 2009

Burma Frees Thousands, but No Word on Political Prisoners

"Military-ruled Burma released 7,114 prisoners on Thursday for their 'good conduct,' official media reported, although political detainees are unlikely to be among them."

september 18th, 2009

Suu Kyi Appeal Ruling Next Month

"A Burmese court will give its verdict on opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi's appeal against her extended house arrest next month, her lawyers said."

september 18th, 2009

Darfur Rebels Accuse Sudan Army of Attacks

"Darfur rebels accused Sudanese government forces of attacking their positions on Thursday and Friday, weeks after a senior peacekeeper said the region was no longer in a state of war."

september 18th, 2009

Update: Some Burma Political Prisoners Receive Amnesty

"At least 25 political detainees were released Friday as part of an amnesty for prisoners in Burma, just over 1 percent of the total number of political prisoners believed to be held by its military government."

september 17th, 2009

US Burma Policy Review Almost Complete: Obama Aide

"US President Barack Obama's acting point man on Burma said Wednesday that a review of US policy was almost complete as he urged the country's military regime to free some 2,100 political prisoners."

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