30-November-2021

Commentary

  • The Missing Lesson
    The Missing Lesson

    In the early 1990s the only rebel group then SPLM/A was going through its most difficult times. The newly installed Ingaz regime in Khartoum was scoring number of military victories in the field to the extent that the SP...

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  • The Missing Lesson
    The Missing Lesson

    In the early 1990s the only rebel group then SPLM/A was going through its most difficult times. The newly installed Ingaz regime in Khartoum was scoring number of military victories in the field to the extent that the SP...

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  • Something Positive Coming from Washington
    Something Positive Coming from Washington

    The recently released report by the Atlantic Council “Sudan: A Strategy for Re-Engagement”, represents a positive development that could pave the way for a major shift on US policy towards Sudan provided that...

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  • Waiting for Godot?
    Waiting for Godot?

    The October 12 deadline could be yet another missed chance to scrap the two decades long US sanctions on Sudan unless both Khartoum and Washington change the way they operate.   A closer look at what happened last...

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  • Waiting for Godot?
    Waiting for Godot?

    The October 12 deadline could be yet another missed chance to scrap the two decades long US sanctions on Sudan unless both Khartoum and Washington change the way they operate.   A closer look at what happened last...

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  • At Crossroads
    At Crossroads

      Though the crisis in the Gulf seems to be heading to join a long list of world crises that remain unresolved, but in effect there is a possibility that things may turn around.   Initially it was the predic...

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  • Hunting for an Opportunity
    Hunting for an Opportunity

    The International Crisis Group (ICG) summed it all in its last week report.   “To lift sanctions would reward a regime that must do much more to improve governance and end its wars; not to do so could lead t...

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