Sudan is poised for its first national vote since widely condemned elections in 2000. Though officially backed by the United Nations and U.S., many opposition groups within Sudan, as well as Western advocacy organizations, are opposed to allowing the elections to go forward. Those seeking honest answers about tackling the political impasse in Sudan must do so with a skeptical eye towards dominant narratives about the country.
|By: Casual Observer Thursday March 5, 2009 2:35 pm|
The ICC’s recent indictment and issued warrant for Omar Hassan al-Bashir, President of Sudan, is a unique and critical event in the history of international law. The indictment has far reaching implications, but is also beset by a host of complications.