05-December-2021

Commentary

  • A New Middle East?
    A New Middle East?

    A hundred years after Sykes-Pickot agreement between Britain and France that crafted the current Middle East map, a new one seems to be in the making. However, unlike the previous attempt, this time there is no one power...

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  • A New Middle East?
    A New Middle East?

    A hundred years after Sykes-Pickot agreement between Britain and France that crafted the current Middle East map, a new one seems to be in the making. However, unlike the previous attempt, this time there is no one power...

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  • Sudan Fatigue
    Sudan Fatigue

    A decision adopted by the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) last week on Sudan and South Sudan signals to a new message that should be taken seriously and act upon it.   In a nutshell the world community has ...

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  • Siemens Message
    Siemens Message

    It was not completely a new story, but the venue mattered.   Last week and on the side meetings of the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Durban, South Africa, the German giant Siemens announced that it has signed a me...

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  • Reading into Lyman’s Testimony
    Reading into Lyman’s Testimony

    30 April 2017 (Sudanow) - Five points attract one’s attention while reading the testimony of ambassador Princeton Lyman, the former US Special envoy to Sudan and South Sudan. The testimony titled “The Questio...

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  • Reading into Lyman’s Testimony
    Reading into Lyman’s Testimony

    30 April 2017 (Sudanow) - Five points attract one’s attention while reading the testimony of ambassador Princeton Lyman, the former US Special envoy to Sudan and South Sudan. The testimony titled “The Questio...

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