Commentary

  • The Ladder And Snake Game In The Red Sea
    The Ladder And Snake Game In The Red Sea

    The unprecedented decision taken by Saudi Arabia to immediately suspend its oil shipments through the Bab El-Mandab waterway following an attack by the Houthis on two very large crude carriers (VLCC), brings to the fore ...

    More
  • Diminishing Washington Role
    Diminishing Washington Role

    One of the striking features of the current Sudan-led, IGAD mediation effort to put South Sudan civil war to rest is the absence of an active US role. After all it was the United States, who was the midwife of South Suda...

    More
  • A New Game Emerging In The Horn Of Africa
    A New Game Emerging In The Horn Of Africa

      A combination of international, regional behind the scenes mediation and support coupled with indigenous emerging will to compromise is setting the stage for a dramatic change in the Horn of Africa, but the main ...

    More
  • A Looming Oil Shock?
    A Looming Oil Shock?

      A state of uncertainty and ambiguity is all over the world. Thanks to the bullying policies of US President Donald Trump, who, in effect, is shaking the foundation of the World Order that has been established sev...

    More
  • Enter The Oil Factor
    Enter The Oil Factor

    Many have lost count on the number of peace deals signed between South Sudan warring factions. And the question usually asked after yet another concluded peace agreement is how long it will last. Yet last week’s 6...

    More
  • Resetting National Agenda
    Resetting National Agenda

    The meeting held Wednesday between President Omar Al-Bashir and the ministers of the economic sector to prepare for the upcoming forum with the Saudi counterparts to provide finance for priority development projects in S...

    More
  • Khartoum Tries Its Luck
    Khartoum Tries Its Luck

    It is more or less a symbolic gesture that most likely is not going to make much difference. The reference is to the scheduled June 17 meeting between Salva Kiir and Riek Machar, which will be hosted by Khartoum. Without...

    More

Sudanow is the longest serving English speaking magazine in the Sudan. It is chartarized by its high quality professional journalism, focusing on political, social, economic, cultural and sport developments in the Sudan. Sudanow provides in depth analysis of these developments by academia, highly ...

More

Recent tweets

FOLLOW Us On Facebook

Contact Us

Address: Sudan News Agency (SUNA) Building, Jamhoria Street, Khartoum - Sudan

Mobile:+249 909220011 / +249 912307547

Email: info@sudanow-magazine.net, asbr30@gmail.com