U.S. Loses Successful Envoy to Khartoum, Juba
In a long series of envoys, Princeton Lyman was the most successful American diplomat to Sudan and South Sudan since former Senator John Danforth, writes Aly Verjee for African Arguments.
President Barack Obama talks with Ambassador Princeton N. Lyman, the U.S. Special Envoy for Sudan, during the Presidential Daily Briefing in the Oval Office, June 16, 2011.
Radio Dabanga, 11 December 2012
The US special envoy to Sudan and South Sudan, Princeton Lyman, will quit his post less than two weeks after warning that distrust between the two states was undermining crucial... read more »
United States Department of State, 10 December 2012
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Sudan Tribune, 29 November 2012
U.S. special envoy to Sudan and South Sudan said that the conflict between Khartoum and Sudanese rebels hampers the improvement of bilateral relations between the two countries and... read more »
Sudan Tribune, 27 November 2012
Sudan reiterated its demand to implement the security arrangements included in the Cooperation Agreement signed with the South Sudan, and expressed hope that United States can help... read more »