Sudan is a primary example of a country dominated by terror and human rights violations. Upon the release of Amnesty International’s 2007 annual report, Secretary General Khan described the continuing conflict in Sudan's Darfur region as a “bleeding wound on the world’s conscience.” In the report, the authors declare that the world has been “impotent” in the face of major crises like Darfur. They state that policies linked to the “War on Terror” are creating a more polarized and dangerous world, with grave effects in Sudan. In addition to the terror and human rights violations permeating the North, frustration also exists over the elusive dividends of the 2005 Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) in war-decimated Southern Sudan.
"Human Rights and the War on Terror: Sudan: A Survey of Terrorism and Human Rights,"
Human Rights & Human Welfare: Vol. 7:
1, Article 32.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.du.edu/hrhw/vol7/iss1/32
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