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  • On The Aftermath
    On The Aftermath

      The 3-day visit by Turkish President Recep Tayyib Erdogan ended up breaking new grounds in Sudan’s foreign relations, whereby the country forged for the second time in its history a strategic intimae relati...

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  • Rooted In History, Looking Into The Future
    Rooted In History, Looking Into The Future

      Some 700 meters south of the Republican Palace in Khartoum and at the intersection of streets Al-Qasr and Al-Baladiya (used to be called Abbas) lies the Turkish Qubbas, or tombs. The large beehive-shaped structur...

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  • Much Ado About Nothing?
    Much Ado About Nothing?

    This week the leader of the Popular Congress Party (PCP) Dr. Ali Al-Haj is scheduled to meet officials from the Sudanese Revolutionary Front (SRF) in Bonn. Given the fact that PCP is a new comer joining the government an...

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  • A Shift Towards A New Era
    A Shift Towards A New Era

    On the face of Donald Trump’s decision to move the US embassy to Jerusalem should be a wake-up call that could inject a new life in the stalled Palestinian-Israeli peace talks because it was met with almost a unive...

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  • Agar’s Opening
    Agar’s Opening

    Despite the caveat that accompanied the call by Malik Agar Chairman of SPLM-N faction on opposition forces to use the upcoming 2020 election as a mean to dismantle the current regime and replace it peacefully, the move r...

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  • Agar’s Opening
    Agar’s Opening

    Despite the caveat that accompanied the call by Malik Agar Chairman of SPLM-N faction on opposition forces to use the upcoming 2020 election as a mean to dismantle the current regime and replace it peacefully, the move r...

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  • Sudan’s New Role
    Sudan’s New Role

    The issue of Sudan’s identity have been brought into new focus of late though from a different angle. Over the past three weeks Khartoum received South Sudan President Salva Kiir, while President Omar Al-Bashir pai...

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