Articles From Sarah Simonson

Never again or always forever? The fate of Africa, specifically the current genocide in Sudan By Sarah Simonson Human and Civil Rights, June 2006 After World War II, the world said “never again.” Never again would the rest of the world stand idly by as a government, theoretically the protectorate of the people, slaughtered millions of its own citizens.

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