Compromising with EVIL

An Archival History of Greater Sudan, 2007 – 2012

Eric Reeves

Madeline Zehnder, research and editing


Preface and Introduction


Section One: Darfur and "Genocide by Attrition"


         Part A: The politics of human security in Darfur


         Part B: Threats to humanitarian relief in Darfur


Section Two: Why the Comprehensive Peace Agreement unraveled


Section Three: "The Hour of the Soldiers": War threatens again


Conclusion: The failure of "moral equivalence" in Sudan

TOPICAL ANNEXES    Detailed Summary of Content for Annexes

Annex I  Sudan Timeline (summer 2010 – present)


Annex II  "They Bombed Everything that Moved" (1999 – 2012)


Annex III  Darfur mortality (August 2010 assessment) 


Annex IV  Darfur humanitarian updates (2007 – 2012)


Annex V  Rape in Darfur: A continuing epidemic


Annex VI  Darfur bleeds into Eastern Chad (2006 – 2012)


Annex VII  Review of Mahmood Mamdani’s Saviors and Survivors: Darfur, Politics, and the War on Terror (2009)


Annex VIII  Darfur Violence: from Radio Dabanga (2010 – 2012) 


Annex IX  Testimony by Eric Reeves on China in Sudan


Annex X  Sudan Elections (2010 – 2011)


Annex XI  Genocide in Nuba Mountains of Sudan (2011 – 2012) 


Annex XII  President Obama's Sudan policy: ominous signs (2011)


Annex XIII  UN Security Council Resolutions: Darfur and Sudan




Acronyms and Names Reference


Index of Commonly Searched Terms

Originally released October 22, 2012; last revised January 1, 2013

You may either win your peace or buy it: win it,
by resistance to evil; buy it, by compromise with evil.
 –  John Ruskin