• Partnership Conference: From Berlin To The Future
    Partnership Conference: From Berlin To The Future

    Fourteen years ago Sudan’s bid to chair the African Union was thwarted following objection from the bulk of the member countries. It was an unprecedented event given the fact that the summit’s host country us...

  • One Year: Time To Reflect
    One Year: Time To Reflect

    The third postponement of the initial signing of some peace deals with rebel groups that have been negotiating in Juba for the past eight months coupled with the hyper- inflation engulfing the country, shows clearly how ...

  • UNITAMS First Test
    UNITAMS First Test

    Fingers crossed a peace deal should be signed earlier next week with at least some of  the rebel groups, notably those from Darfur as well as a breakaway group from SPLM-N led by Malik Agar, all grouped under the um...

  • Enter The United Nations
    Enter The United Nations

    Unlike the previous two transitional periods that followed popular uprisings in 1964 and 1985 the current one of the post defunct Ingaz regime have an ambitious plan: to lay foundations for a sustainable, peaceful countr...

  • SST And America’s Pound Of Flesh
    SST And America’s Pound Of Flesh

    It was attributed to the defunct Ingaz regime the saying that whenever Sudan was about to score a goal in the long running saga of removing its name from the list of States Sponsoring Terrorism (SST), the Americans move ...

  • Sudan’s Rough Transitioning
    Sudan’s Rough Transitioning

    The row that erupted last week and involved the embattled health minister Dr. Akram El-Tom showed clearly the tumultuous period of the transition in Sudan. Moreover, it highlighted, not only the expected complicated issu...


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