The US is Plunging into the Battle for Sudan


Recently, Sudan has begun to attract interest from a wide variety of countries. After two revolutions in Sudan and the overthrow of President al-Bashir’s regime, who ruled the country for 30 years, this African country is returning to the international community. The political activity that has now arisen all around Sudan, which was under sanctions even recently…

Sudan: Important Successes Scored Inside the Country


All world news agencies have already reported that in the capital of South Sudan, Juba, the leaders of the country’s armed groups and the Sudanese authorities signed a landmark peace agreement aimed at ending the decades of war that have claimed the lives of hundreds of thousands of people. The country’s expert community and politicians are confident…

The White House is Wrapping Sudan around its Little Finger


In the pre-election throes for the presidency, the White House is actively looking for a possible area of focus to showcase “its successes” to everyone, placing particular emphasis in the international arena in this regard on expanding the list of Arab and Muslim countries that are ready, under Washington’s current mediation, to establish diplomatic relations with Israel…

A Peace Treaty in Sudan at Last!


On August 30, after 9 months of negotiations and with South Sudan playing an important role as a mediator, the Sudanese government has finally negotiated a peace treaty with the main militant group, the Sudan Revolutionary Front (SRF) from the Darfur, South Kordofan and Blue Nile districts. Ten groups put their initials to the document, and are ready to sign the final treaty. Two groups did not take part…

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