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Darfur, The United Nations and The International Criminal Court

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Special guest Jennifer Schense, joins us in a conversation about the Darfur Tragedy. Ms. Schense is International Cooperation Adviser and specialist on Darfur at the International Criminal Court (ICC), which has been investigating the tragedy for a number of years. In addition to discussing the status of the ICC investigation, Ms. Schense will discuss a momentous meeting on September 24, 2010 of the UN General Assembly. At that meeting, members of the U.N. Security Council and other parties interested in Sudan will focus on the current state of Darfur. President Obama will attend this meeting in an effort to focus international attention on Darfur. Ms. Schense will discuss the importance of the 9/24 meeting and the efforts of both state and non-state actors in attempting to address the human tragedy that continues to happen "on our watch".

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