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Commentary

  • Something Positive Coming from Washington
    Something Positive Coming from Washington

    The recently released report by the Atlantic Council “Sudan: A Strategy for Re-Engagement”, represents a positive development that could pave the way for a major shift on US policy towards Sudan provided that...

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  • At Crossroads
    At Crossroads

      Though the crisis in the Gulf seems to be heading to join a long list of world crises that remain unresolved, but in effect there is a possibility that things may turn around.   Initially it was the predic...

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  • Sudan’s Multiple Fronts
    Sudan’s Multiple Fronts

      From the deadline regarding an expected decision on US sanctions, to the split in the SPLA-N to the Gulf crisis, Sudan is at crossroads facing new fronts that pose new challenges that require a different handling...

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  • Time for Action
    Time for Action

      Last week witnessed the return of five former Darfur rebel leaders, who used to occupy key positions in Justice and Equality Movement (JEM) to Khartoum. It is the same week that witnessed the 18th anniversary of ...

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  • Sudan Fatigue
    Sudan Fatigue

    A decision adopted by the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) last week on Sudan and South Sudan signals to a new message that should be taken seriously and act upon it.   In a nutshell the world community has ...

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  • Siemens Message
    Siemens Message

    It was not completely a new story, but the venue mattered.   Last week and on the side meetings of the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Durban, South Africa, the German giant Siemens announced that it has signed a me...

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