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  • Figuring Out Budget Figures
    Figuring Out Budget Figures

      Though the protests witnessed by a number of cities across the country were sparked initially by the economic difficulties and raising of subsidies on bread that developed quickly into a political agenda, but the...

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  • Ingaz Government And Opponents Are Going On Solo
    Ingaz Government And Opponents Are Going On Solo

      After more than a week of demonstrations and emerging signals of a new order in the Middle East, Sudan seems to be poised to go solo into an unchartered waters.     Eleven days after President Omar A...

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  • Demonstrations Across Sudan: Leaderless Syndrome
    Demonstrations Across Sudan: Leaderless Syndrome

      The demonstrations that erupted last week in a number of cities across the country against rising cost of living has been characterized by one main feature: lack of leadership.     It was mere coinci...

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  • Trump Policy: New Scramble For Africa?
    Trump Policy: New Scramble For Africa?

      Almost two years in office the Trump administration came out with a new African policy last week. It was left to National Security Advisor John Bolton and Tibor P. Nagy, Jr. Assistant Secretary, Bureau ...

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  • Darfur Returns To Doha
    Darfur Returns To Doha

      After more than seven years since the two main Darfur rebel groups Justice and Equality Movement (JEM) and Sudan Liberation Movement-Minni Minnawi (SLM-MM) refused to sign the long negotiated Doha Document on Pea...

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  • Oil Boom: A Second Chance?
    Oil Boom: A Second Chance?

      Though it is an ordinary meeting, but the upcoming gathering of OPEC and non-OPEC allies in Vienna on Thursday carries a significant political and economic weight that may have implications even for Sudan.  ...

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  • Charity Starts At Home
    Charity Starts At Home

      Sudan’s top diplomat foreign minister El-Dirdeiry Mohamed Ahmed seems to be in a hurry. Shortly after taking his portfolio he embarked on a marathon negotiations and regional travels to broker peace in Sout...

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