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  • Looking Across The Borders
    Looking Across The Borders

      Sudanese politicians need to give more attention to what is going on outside their borders and the potential impact on what is going on inside the country. That should a must given the growing involvement of fore...

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  • Move Peace Talks Inside Sudan
    Move Peace Talks Inside Sudan

      With peace talks slated to kick off Monday in Juba many questions are still up in the air that have not been debated seriously yet, but more important is the venue of these talks. Neighboring countries have for ...

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  • Euphoria Of Welcoming Sudan: Is The Honeymoon Over?
    Euphoria Of Welcoming Sudan: Is The Honeymoon Over?

      After the euphoria of welcoming Sudan back to the folds of the international community following decades of being stigmatized as a pariah state, that honeymoon and for all practical purposes seems to be drawing t...

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  • Foreign Interest In Sudan: Time To Pose And Reflect
    Foreign Interest In Sudan: Time To Pose And Reflect

    The welcome Sudan received during the UN General Assembly meetings that came on the heels of a series of foreign dignitaries’ visit to Khartoum resembles similar foreign interest shown back in 2004, though with a...

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  • Where Are The Americans?
    Where Are The Americans?

      The United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres summed it all when he said at the outset of the 74th General Assembly, “Sudan is a matter of great hope for us. I believe that what was possible in the ...

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  • An Extended Honey Moon?
    An Extended Honey Moon?

      Abdalla Hamdok, the country’s first prime minister in the civilian-led government has been saying the right things since he assumed office. His last week’s press conference to announce his government ...

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