Sudan: A New Roadmap to Make U.S. Sudan Sanctions Relief Work
By 12 October, Washington will decide whether the steps Sudan has taken qualify it for lifting some U.S. sanctions. But to push forward afterwards will require a new roadmap that… Read more »
Sudan: Time to Repeal U.S. Sanctions On Sudan?
The clock is ticking for President Trump who must decide by 12 July whether to lift decades-long U.S. sanctions on Sudan. The failure of economic penalties to alter Khartoum's… Read more »
June 20, 2016
South Sudan: Juba, Kampala Reach Out to Khartoum
When South Sudanese leaders travelled to Khartoum in early June, pragmatically declaring their intent to "normalise relations" with their northern neighbors, it was a tentative… Read more »
March 10, 2016
Sudan: The Legacy of Khartoum's Ideologue-in-Chief
The death of Sheikh Hassan al-Turabi on Saturday marks the eclipse of a radical era of Sudanese Islamist politics. But Turabi's legacy is still keenly felt in the country's… Read more »
January 25, 2016
East Africa: Horn of Africa States Follow Gulf Into the Yemen War
In the Horn, where cash-strapped regimes often teeter on the brink of financial survival and alliances are made and broken with bewildering regularity, the Gulf Cooperation Council… Read more »
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