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  • Oil Worries
    Oil Worries

    The recent crisis of oil products supplies that hit the country refocuses the attention on the domestic issue of the oil industry and its political, economic implications. Again the topic of energy security in Sudan is r...

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  • Time For Change
    Time For Change

    By every measure it looks like scoop. A meeting between the country’s top security chief, Salah Gosh and leading members of the central committee of the opposition body the Communist Party was first reported not by...

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  • Tapping Sudan’s Strategic Location
    Tapping Sudan’s Strategic Location

    The signing of a $4 billion partnership deal with Qatar last week to build and manage the Red Sea port of Suakin puts the country’s strategic location under spot and could be considered the first serious attempt to...

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  • South Sudan: Yet Another Crisis
    South Sudan: Yet Another Crisis

    New measures announced by the United States targeting South Sudanese 15 oil-related entities raises three major questions: whether such measures will help further peace through curtailing funds that are fueling the fight...

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  • Matching Effort
    Matching Effort

    It has been quite a long time since Sudan received attention from a notable US think tank. In fact it was back in 2001 that the Center of Strategic and International Studies issued its extensive report advising the Unite...

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  • Twin Issues
    Twin Issues

    A decision by President Omar Al-Bashir that the governor of Northern Kordofan State Ahmed Haroun will, in effect, keep his position for ever, seems to be addressing two paradoxical points at the same time: on one hand it...

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  • Changing Times
    Changing Times

    In a period of little over two weeks Sudan witnessed three major changes in the army, the ruling political party and above all the security agency. Though that of the army is dubbed routine, the one of the party was high...

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