Commentary

  • Which Way The Economy Will Take?
    Which Way The Economy Will Take?

      The scene has been already set this month for crucial decisions regarding the country’s economy. And the question is which route that decision will take. But in essence it is not a mere technical decision centered ...

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  • Sudan Democratic Transition Under Pressure
    Sudan Democratic Transition Under Pressure

      The popular uprising in Sudan that has taken almost everyone domestically, regionally and internationally by surprise remains vulnerable given the multi-faceted hurdles facing the country path to democratic trans...

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  • Sudan, Europe: Looking For New Partnership
    Sudan, Europe: Looking For New Partnership

      On the heel of the visit by the German President Frank Walter Steinmeier, the first by a western head of state to Sudan in decades, came a 2-day visit by the European Union (EU) new high representative for foreig...

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  • Friends Of Sudan: Where Is The Beef?
    Friends Of Sudan: Where Is The Beef?

      A new acronym is getting into the public domain, FOS, which stands for Friends of Sudan. The list of those friends reads like Who’s Who of the main power houses around the world who are coming together to s...

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  • Two Steps Forward
    Two Steps Forward

       Last week saw two events that are going to lay foundations for the country’s potential transformation. The first came through an announcement that the government has concluded a deal with the familie...

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  • Entebbe Blues Shockwaves
    Entebbe Blues Shockwaves

      The shockwaves resulting from the 2-hour meeting between Lt. General Abdel Fatah al-Burhan Chairman of the Sovereign Council and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu are slated to have far reaching consequen...

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  • Moving Sands In The Political Landscape
    Moving Sands In The Political Landscape

      Whether by design or mere coincidence it was noticeable that the Prime Minister Dr. Abdalla Hamdok met Dr. Ghazi Salahuddin, the Islamist figure, on the very day the Professionals Association (PA) called for a na...

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