I've just finished reading Darfur: a short history of a long war for Alex De waal and Julie Flint and I have to admit that I've never been so affected by a book . This book is absolutely unputdownable and it reveals all the dirty little secrets and history of Darfur.
Although, I consider this book a real eye-opener, I hated reading it because it made me see the whole conflict from a new point of view and solving the Darfur issue is not as simple as I thought it would be.
After reading this book, I decided to apply for an internship in "Justice Africa". Finally, I'm going to work with Alex De Waal! :)