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  • A Ray Of Hope From The Oil Field
    A Ray Of Hope From The Oil Field

      Amid growing frustrations because of the slow pace the government is handling the twin challenges of dismantling the remnants of the deposed Ingaz regime and putting foundations for a new Sudan came a ray of hope...

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  • Security Mutiny Raises Civilian Stake
    Security Mutiny Raises Civilian Stake

      Last week’s mutiny by some security troops where six people were killed and the country’s airspace was closed briefly represented the most serious challenge to the post Al-Bashir period, yet at the sa...

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  • Kauda’s Visit: Involving People In Searching For Peace
    Kauda’s Visit: Involving People In Searching For Peace

    The unprecedented visit by Prime Minister Abdalla Hamadok to SPLM-N-Al-Hilu stronghold in Kauda, southern Korodofan and the expected reciprocated one by Abdel Aziz Al-Hilu to Khartoum provides a new opening to take the s...

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  • More Than Budget Discussions
    More Than Budget Discussions

      For the past few weeks the public debate was dominated by one narrow issue: will the government lift subsidies starting with fuel and edge towards floating the pound in its forthcoming budget? That debate was f...

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  • American Businesses In Sudan: A Window Opening?
    American Businesses In Sudan: A Window Opening?

      Few weeks ago Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) opened its first selling shop in Khartoum. It came on the heels of Pizza Hut and the two seem to be joining hands neighboring each other to provide an opening for the Am...

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  • Is Anybody Listening In Washington?
    Is Anybody Listening In Washington?

      Slowly the international mood towards Sudan is changing favorably. Thanks to efforts and sacrifices of the Sudanese people, who single handedly managed to topple a -3-decade totalitarian regime of former Presiden...

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