Guest Host: Susan Page

A decades-long war in Sudan has killed millions of people and left millions more homeless, and has also been characterized by starvation, slave- taking and religious persecution. A panel talks about the conflict in East Africa and what the U.S. and other western countries might do to help bring it to a peaceful end.

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  • Michael Horowitz of the Hudson Institute
  • Francis Deng former Sudanese ambassador to the US
  • Walter Kansteiner former Assistant Secretary of State for Africa partner, The Scowcroft Group

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