Andrew Natsios, distinguished professor in the practice of diplomacy, makes recommendations for U.S. policy toward Sudan:
"I do not think we can orchestrate from Washington everything that goes on in Sudan. It's politically unrealistic, we don't have the authority to do it, and it's inappropriate, frankly, because people need to do what's in their interest and they will do that as long as intimidation and violence is not part of the mix."
How Should U.S. Proceed After Sudan's Elections?
April 21, 2010, PBS NewsHour
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