21-October-2017

Commentary

  • Shifting Emphasis
    Shifting Emphasis

    The actual lifting of economic sanctions imposed on 223 Sudanese companies and corporations is the clearest sign yet that US-Sudanese bilateral relations have entered into a new era. And that is in itself a good excuse t...

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  • Redefining Government Role
    Redefining Government Role

    One of the arguments usually raised against imposing sanctions is that it provides a scapegoat for targeted governments with an excuse to blame every failure on sanctions and not on its ill-devised or executed policies. ...

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  • Changing Times
    Changing Times

    This month, October, could be the period that will witness a remarkable change in the tripartite relationship between Sudan, South Sudan and the United States. At the time Sudanese-US bilateral relations are moving slowl...

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  • The Day After
    The Day After

    In a strongest signal yet about the possibility of lifting the US sanctions, the Trump administration decided last week to cancel the Temporary Protection Status (TPS) for Sudanese nationals because of improvement of con...

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  • Remapping the Middle East
    Remapping the Middle East

    One hundred years after the famous Sykes-Picot Agreement, known as Asia Minor Accord, that created the modern Middle East, the region seems to be heading towards a new remapping, with a difference this time:  there ...

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  • An opportunity for Change
    An opportunity for Change

    Though the blanket decision by the Trump administration cancels the positions of special envoys to various countries in general, it still has significant implications and relevance for Sudan.   For the first time ...

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  • Looking Inwards
    Looking Inwards

    Political experience worldwide has shown that unless a sustainable solution is reached to a problem, it is bound to re-ignite again and most likely in a more vigorous way. Sudan is no exception.   For instance the...

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