Topic: David Sullivan
It's too soon to tell what kind of new Libya will emerge in the wake of NATO's Libya mission. But Qaddafi's controversial death should not be taken as a sign that NATO's efforts were for naught.
While there are flaws with the idea of providing air defense capabilities to South Sudan, it may be the best option for protecting civilians, writes guest blogger David Sullivan from the ENOUGH advocacy group.
A bill prohibiting the state from working with companies that don't comply with regulations on conflict minerals has passed the state Senate committee.
A report says legitimizing the mining sector is the best way to stabilize eastern Congo. And a new act in the US Congress would ban imports of conflict minerals – resources that cannot be certified as 'conflict-free.'