Sudan

Sudanese People Long For a New Dawn Where Their Voices
Sudanese People Long For a New Dawn Where Their Voices are Heard

The determination of the youth in Sudan for democracy and the military’s obstinate cling to power are swinging the...

Thursday, August 15, 2019

Sudan Peace Talks A Chronology
Sudan Peace Talks: A Chronology

The Freedom and Change Forces announced on July 19 that the text for peace in Sudan will be included in the constitutional...

Friday, July 26, 2019

A Revolution Undone What s Next for Sudan s Uprising
A Revolution Undone: What’s Next for Sudan’s Uprising?

Sudan can be the first country in Africa to achieve democratic governance through peaceful revolutionary regime change. If...

Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Sudan On the Road to Revolution or Violence
Sudan: On the Road to Revolution or Violence?

Sudan is at a crucial crossroad. The nation has to achieve positive ends after long protests that culminated in a partial...

Wednesday, June 12, 2019

Sudan and the Nile Spring Raptures of Hope and the
Sudan and the Nile Spring: Raptures of Hope and the Uncertain Road Ahead

Sudan is going through uncertain and also promising times. The horizon looks bright and pregnant with hope. The military...

Friday, April 19, 2019

People Power Fall of Al-Bashir and the Future of Sudan
People Power? Fall of Al-Bashir and the Future of Sudan

Although it’s been over 8 years since the beginning of the Arab revolutions, the developments in Sudan show that...

Friday, April 12, 2019

Turkey Sudan to found agriculture livestock company
Turkey, Sudan to found agriculture, livestock company

Turkey and Sudan will establish a joint agricultural and livestock company, the Turkish government's Official Gazette...

Thursday, March 15, 2018

Sudan Libya agree to normalize ties protect borders
Sudan, Libya agree to normalize ties, protect borders

Sudanese president voices support for internationally recognized Libyan government

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