Dying in Prison during the Pandemic
By Bridget Conley
By Bridget Conley
By Tarun Gopalakrishnan & Jared Miller
eds. Bridget Conley, Alex de Waal, Catriona Murdoch & Wayne Jordash
RESPONSIBLE STATECRAFT | December 13, 2022
Symposium: Have US military programs made African countries less safe?
Alex de Waal joins a mix of foreign policy, regional, and security experts to answer the question, “How do you assess U.S. security/counterterrorism programs in Africa over the last two decades, and what changes would you make to improve relations overall?
THE GUARDIAN | November 25, 2022
Starvation being used as a weapon of war in South Sudan, report reveals
“There’s a real hope that there may be a first-ever prosecution in either the South Sudan hybrid tribunal or an international court for the war crime of starvation, bringing a South Sudanese culprit to the dock,” said De Waal
by Sarah Johnson
BBC | November 3, 2022
Ethiopia civil war: Tigray truce a triumph for PM Abiy Ahmed
Foreign powers have hailed the truce signed by the Ethiopian government and Tigrayan leaders to end the brutal war in the north of the country and open up the flow of aid to those at risk of famine, but questions remain over whether it will succeed.
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The 2018 CJRA established compassionate release, but isn't being used as intended, especially for women. Permanently incapacitated people are routinely denied, often due to "risk factors" related to lack of treatment. We need alternatives to incarceration.