For some in Libya, the choice is between starvation or death at the hands of murderous militias. That’s not the U.N.’s intent—sometimes that’s the way things work in war zones.
Justin Lynch is an editorial fellow at the New America Foundation, and journalist based in South Sudan. Follow him on twitter, @just1nlynch.
The Trump administration officials may tweet about democracy in Sudan, but it looks like decisions are being made by Trump buddies in Saudi Arabia and the UAE.
On the blood-stained streets of Khartoum, it's not always easy to tell friends from foes, especially when they're wearing uniforms. But slowly the protest demands are being met.
A report from the front lines in eastern Ukraine and in Washington D.C.
Remember the campaign to stop genocide in Darfur? That's never been a big priority for Langley, while counterterrorism cooperation with Khartoum is a huge one.
Documents obtained by The Daily Beast from several sources show the way other African leaders and intelligence services collude with President Salva Kiir’s brutal regime.
The United Nations is supposed to be sheltering civilians in South Sudan. But with the civil war set to resume, government soldiers victimize women every day.
The new fighting is tearing the young country apart. Yet the leaders of the two factions—the president and vice president—say they’re powerless to stop it.
In the Central African Republic, South Sudan, and around the world, United Nations peacekeepers on a noble mission have shown ignoble behavior.
South Sudan’s soldiers have been allowed to rape and enslave women in lieu of collecting their salaries, according to a new UN report.