During the 2008 campaign, Obama outlined his priorities for ... United Nations
was a sign that his administration would prioritize the continent. ... stopping war in
Congo; [and] ending autocracy in...
Matching Deeds to Words to End the World's Deadliest War. Aaron Hall ... The
Obama administration should make peace and development in Congo a priority.
Apr 1, 2009 ... Congo's conflict minerals leave a trail of destruction as they make their .... the
objective of ending the crisis, President Obama should name a ...
Jul 21, 2010 ... With President Obama's signature, the highly anticipated bill on financial ... taking
a major step to ending the neglected conflict in eastern Congo. ... gut the conflict
minerals language from the draft bill, and they will surely fight ...
Jun 7, 2012 ... Obama could end Congo's human catastrophe ... The Congo conflict and human
catastrophe has continued despite a peace treaty formally ...
Jul 1, 2013 ... Obama calls on neighbors to stop fuelling Congo conflict ... "Countries
surrounding Congo should recognize that if the Congo stabilizes, that will ... it
was in the "self-interest" of regional countries to act to end the conflict.
Jul 21, 2010 ... The financial regulation bill that President Obama will sign into law on ... U.S.
financial reform bill also targets 'conflict minerals' from Congo ... In the end,
Brownback voted against the overall bill, but his amendment survived.
Nov 30, 2014 ... LUNTUKULU, Congo — When his father could no longer make enough money ...
But the legislation, signed by President Obama four years ago, set off a chain of
... Even at the few mines certified as conflict-free, miners face hardship. ... by
corporations and African governments to help end the illegal trade.
President Obama on the phone. Tell Jewelry Companies: "Conflict-Free Gold
from Congo Matters to Me!" ... Passing a resolution will encourage the electronics
industry and others to do more to source minerals from eastern Congo that
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