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After the Vote: Challenges and Opportunities for a Two-State Sudan; GWU

Event Date:

February 17, 2011 | 6:30 PM EST TO 8:00 PM EST
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Join us at George Washington University for an evening with Rebecca Hamilton, Washington Post Sudan special correspondent and author of Fighting for Darfur.

Decades of civil strife brought about the historic referendum in southern Sudan in January. Election results show the region voted overwhelmingly to declare independence from Khartoum. An informed panel on foreign policy and public affairs will explore what may be next for Africa's newest state and for this fractured region.

Rebecca Hamilton is a special correspondent on Sudan for The Washington Post and author of Fighting for Darfur. She is reporting on Sudan for the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting.

Jon Temin is the director of the United States Institute of Peace's Sudan Program.

Cameron Hudson is the Director of Operations in the Office of the Special Envoy to Sudan, Department of State.

Mark Asquino is the Senior Public Diplomacy Fellow at GW and former Deputy Chief of Mission at U.S. Embassy of Sudan.

Lindner Family Commons George Washington University
 Room 602 1957 E Street, NW
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