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Safeguarding Sudan’s Revolution

Sudan’s post-Bashir transition holds the promise of civilian rule but also perils, among them renewed insurgency, economic stagnation and backsliding into autocracy.

Outside powers should press the military to adhere to its power-sharing pact with the opposition.

Authorities in Khartoum should pursue peace with rebels.

  • ICG

What’s new?

Since Omar al-Bashir’s 11 April ouster, Sudan’s military leadership and opposition alliance have appointed a new prime minister, formed a…

If honoured, the deal could pave the way for elections and civilian rule.

Why does it matter?

Sudan faces a crushing economic crisis, insurgencies and…

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