June 23, 2018

Texas in Africa

Texas in Africa blogger Laura Seay reviews Fighting for Darfur: “Fighting for Darfur is an absolute must-read for anyone interested in advocacy, diplomacy, Sudan, and/or grassroots activism.”

Foreign Policy

The Turtle Bay blog entitled, “Washington’s Slow Conversion to the International Criminal Court” recounts scenes from Fighting for Darfur. “In her book Fighting for Darfur,  Rebecca Hamilton provides an insider account into how the Bush Administration came to protect the court’s prosecutor, Luis Moreno Ocampo, from one of his greatest challenges: a movement by African states […]

Columbia Journalism Review

The Darfur lobby was historic. But was it effective? “[Fighting For Darfur] is the most comprehensive account of the international response to the Darfur genocide available.”

Foreign Policy

Foreign Policy‘s Colum Lynch highlights the 2008 campaign inside the UN Security Council in support of the International Criminal Court as documented in Fighting for Darfur. The campaign, spearheaded by the small nation of Costa Rica, convinced China and Libya to support a presidential statement backing the ICC: “Costa Rica had calculated, correctly, that China […]

New York Times

Is Sudan Next? Rebecca Hamilton discusses the prospects for a peoples’ revolution in Sudan

Blogging Heads TV

Mark Leon Goldberg from UN Dispatch interviews Rebecca Hamilton: Blogging Heads TV interview on Fighting for Darfur

The Leonard Lopate show

Rebecca Hamilton discusses the grassroots campaign to raise awareness of the plight of Darfur’s people.

Understanding the Darfur Movement

Voices on Genocide Prevention Podcast

BBC/PRI’s The World

The World’s Marco Werman interviews Rebecca Hamilton, author of Fighting for Darfur: Public Action and the Struggle to Stop Genocide.

Vanity Fair: Writers Reading

I recorded the Introduction to Fighting for Darfur at Vanity Fair. The podcast is now online.