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  • Time For Change
    Time For Change

      From Addis Ababa to Oslo to Berlin, Sudan problems are being discussed in an attempt to find a way to bridge the gap between the Transitional Military Council (TMC) and Forces of the Declaration of Freedom and Ch...

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  • Sudan Internationalized
    Sudan Internationalized

       Despite its geostrategic importance as a link between the Middle East and Africa, Sudan suffered the twin problems of an identity crisis as well as marginalization. The first contributed to its long running...

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  • Sudan's Revolution: View From Abroad
    Sudan's Revolution: View From Abroad

      A group of young kids have attracted the attention of one passing-by driver, who stopped to film what is going on. And the shots went viral. It said the time was around 1:00 am in the morning and the kids were pa...

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  • Military And Opposition Talks: Last Round?
    Military And Opposition Talks: Last Round?

      Today (Saturday) will show whether the Transitional Military Council (TMC) and the Declaration of Freedom and Change (DFC) forces will engage again in talks to finish negotiations that will, eventually and hopefu...

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  • The Growing Power Gap
    The Growing Power Gap

      It has been more than four weeks since former President Omar Al-Bashir was deposed, but still the alternative did not take shape yet, thus creating a power vacuum that will have its impact on the way the country ...

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  • Get Priorities Right
    Get Priorities Right

      Gradually the Sudan’s Transitional Military Council (TMC) and the civil group Freedom and Change Forces (FCF) are building bloc by bloc a consensus on post-deposed Omar Al-Bashir era that will hopefully ush...

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  • Engage And Fight
    Engage And Fight

      The continuous tension between the Transitional Military Council (TMC) and the civilian opposition is creating a power vacuum and threatening the prospects of democratic transformation in the country. Since forme...

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