South Sudan: Keeping the Hotline Open Between Khartoum and Juba
A UN mission has largely succeeded in keeping the peace in Abyei, an oil-rich area claimed by both Sudan and South Sudan. But there has been less progress made on the mission's… Read more »
Sudan: Can Sudan Manage Economic Discontent Amid Volatile Geopolitics?
Facing an economic crisis at home, Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir has avoided picking sides in the spat between Gulf powers. But friction with Egypt and divisions in the Gulf… Read more »
September 29, 2017
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 »
June 22, 2017
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 »
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