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Sudanese political leaders and Darfur peace advocates gather in Washington to discuss the crisis in Sudan. The latest on the conflict in Darfur and between the north and south, and the Obama administration’s role as a broker of peace.
- Ghazi Salahuddin Atabani leader, National Congress Party caucus, Sudanese National Assembly, and a presidential adviser
- Scott Gration U.S. special envoy for Sudan
- Jennifer Cooke director, Africa Program, Center for Strategic and International Studies
- John Prendergast co-chair of the ENOUGH Project, an initiative to end genocide and crimes against humanity
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