October 19, 2009
State Department opts for decisive Sudan policy shift

In an abrupt change of U.S. policy towards Sudan, the State Department announced today that it would pursue serious engagement with the Sudanese government. The action is intended to help ease humanitarian suffering in Darfur, where the U.S. has called the deaths of over 300,000 people a genocide.

Columbia University professor Mahmood Mamdani talks with Daljit Dhaliwal about the current situation in Sudan and the Obama administration’s policy shift.

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this is another joke from Obama administration. Sudan government has violated all international law.They established a conceration camp. they cut all humanitration aida .as a result, many people are starved to death.the country indicted for the crime against humanity At the same the obama adminstration is offering incentive.what type of logic .are obama adminstration will trust the criminal who kill million?

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What a Joke…How the hell do you have a segment on Sudan without a BLACK AFRICAN POINT OF VIEW?!!!
Good job Aljazeera…let a muslim of east asian descent who obviously sympathises with the arabs tell us that the Blacks don’t have it so bad now!
SHAME ON YOU COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY FOR HAVING THIS CLOWN ON YOUR PAYROLL AND SHAME ON THE AMERICAN TAX PAYER FOR FUNDING “MUSLIM FOCUS.”

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