Stories by Francis Deng

Francis M. Deng, a longtime Sudanese diplomat, was from 1992 to 2004 the U.N. Secretary-General's Representative for Internally Displaced Persons. He is now a Robert E. Wilhelm Fellow at the MIT Center for International Studies, and directs the Sudan Peace Support Project. subscribe to Francis Deng's feed

Posted on: Mar 28, 2007, Source: MIT Center for International Studies

Beyond the immediate needs in Darfur, the international community should help Sudan work through the conflicts of race, religion, and culture that have proliferated within the country's borders for a half century.