Summary: The oppressing of Black Africans in favor of Arabs. There is much tension between farmland owners and nomadic Arabs. The government has mobilized “self defense militia” following attacks by rebels. They are not involved with “Janjaweed” who are accused of committing murder and rape riding through villages on camels.
Thesis: My paper will be based on how the genocide could have been avoided through the involvement and interruption on the UN and how they should have done it through the use of the UN Charter. I will also use the perspective of the 2 parties that were involved, and how they could have negotiated.
Perspective 1: UN Charter. How the Darfur Genocide violated many articles.
Perspective 2: How the Black Africans and Nomadic Arabs could have negotiated and prevented many deaths, rapes and slaughters and completely avoided a meaningless genocide.
Could of/Should of: In order for Sudan to have avoided the Darfur Genocide, various steps had to be taken. The UN Leader, General Martin Agwai, should have never declared the conflict over and left the problems to Darfur. A peace deal should have been signed in 2006, but only 1 nation had signed. President Omar al-Bashir supported government militias. An attempt to add genocide to the Charter was refused and should have been added. UN should have never left and took control by eliminating Rebel groups.
Conclusion: The Sudan Genocide could have been avoided with the aid of the interruption of the UN by eliminating Rebel Groups.