30-November-2021

Commentary

  • Too Little, Too Late
    Too Little, Too Late

      Slowly the government started to adopt a softening position on the demonstrations that have been rocking the country for more than seven weeks. From the president down to senior officials like the prime minister ...

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  • Message From Beirut
    Message From Beirut

      The Arab summit held recently in Beirut, Lebanon was a non-event except for a small dispute on the final communique. That dispute was related to Sudan and its long cherished goal of positioning itself as the pote...

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  • Sudan Is Getting Into  State  Of Political  Attrition
    Sudan Is Getting Into State Of Political Attrition

      One month after anti-government demonstrations erupted in Sudan it looks the country is getting into a state of political attrition, where the government is unwilling or incapable of forging ahead with a politica...

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  • Sudan Demonstrations: The View From Outside
    Sudan Demonstrations: The View From Outside

        Slowly the current demonstration in Sudan are finding their way to international media and with it the geostrategic position of the country is being highlighted.   The Foreign Policy magazine publi...

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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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