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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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  • Will Sudan Miss the Boat?
    Will Sudan Miss the Boat?

    In the midst of an economic and political crisis that is engulfing the country a ray of hope is penetrating the dark clouds, yet posing at the same time a new challenge for the government and the country as a whole. &nb...

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  • A New Front
    A New Front

      The resignation by Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn last week that took almost everyone by surprise is opening a new front for Sudan, which is not short of domestic, regional and international hot sp...

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  • Working for a Breakthrough
    Working for a Breakthrough

    One way to handle the current economic crisis that is turning into a political one is to focus efforts with the aim of making a breakthrough in raising the country’s oil output.   Despite the fact that Sudan...

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  • A New Opening?
    A New Opening?

    For those interested in protocol it was a significant gesture. Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi took the initiative and visited his counterpart President Omar Al-Bashir in his residence in Addis Ababa, where both ...

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  • The Great Shift
    The Great Shift

      For all practical purposes the Egyptian presidential elections slated for the end of March looks like they will be mere referendum on one candidate, current President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi, following, in effect, t...

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  • It Is The Economy
    It Is The Economy

      The tense situation currently engulfing the country is a result of long delayed economic measures that should have been implemented seven years ago, when South Sudan opted for separation taking with it more than ...

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