Following a US referral of the Darfur crisis to the United Nations, the UN under- took the UN Commission of Inquiry into Darfur. In late January 2005, following an analysis of the data collected by the UN’s COI team, the UN declared that while it found crimes against humanity had been committed by the government of Sudan (GoS) and the Janjaweed (Arab militia), it did not find evidence that the GoS had perpetrated genocide. Herein, Samuel Totten, argues that a correct analysis of the data collected by the COI team would have been genocide. In addition to offering a critique of the COI’s analysis, Totten is critical of the hurried, unsystematic, and underfunded investigation.
"The UN International Commission of Inquiry on Darfur: New and Disturbing Findings,"
Genocide Studies and Prevention: An International Journal:
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