Daniel Solomon
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Barack Obama Announces Anti-Genocide Board

Today, President Obama will acknowledge the moral burden of mass atrocities, and commit the U.S. government to confronting their continued occurrence.

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Occupy Wall Street: Lessons from South African Civil Society

Occupy Wall Street could learn some lessons from social mobilization in South Africa.
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At Georgetown, Finding the Public Sphere in Ann Coulter

As long as Georgetown students seek to restrict the growth of a public sphere on campus, they will continue to dampen an integral aspect of the campus experience.
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#OccupyWallStreet's Failed Revolution

In order to effectively mobilize for economic equality, Occupy Wall Street activists should abandon their framework for tactical revolution.
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Occupy Wall Street's Failed Revolution

In order to effectively mobilize for economic equality, Occupy Wall Street activists should abandon their framework for tactical revolution.
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Charting A Grassroots Course For Third Party-Politics

Americans Elect's framework for digital democracy is misguided. We need a non-electoral, non-digital path forward for third-party politics in the United States.

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The ICC Is Indispensable to Libyan Reconstruction

The ICC plays a crucial role in crafting a path for the rule of law and institutional development in post-conflict Libya.
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Pulling The Strings From Behind The Curtain

The Obama administration should apply its vindicated strategy of "leading from behind" to the multilateral reconstruction and stabilization effort in post-conflict Libya.
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Searching for a New Narrative in Congo's Conflict Minerals Debate

As the debate over conflict minerals and Congo advocacy rages, it is time to search for a new strategy to help with conflict resolution in Congo.
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South Sudan: Human Rights Advocacy Requires Broader Scope

If the human rights advocates want to maintain a foothold in South Sudanese development, they must address a broader range of internal and foreign affairs.