But diplomacy is in disarray.
Outside actors should urgently coordinate efforts to steer the belligerents toward a negotiated end to hostilities.
Sudan’s calamitous three-month war may be entering a critical new phase.
In recent weeks, the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces (RSF) has further entrenched its superior position in the capital, Khartoum, and intensified a siege of the headquarters where top generals in the Sudanese army, its enemy in the conflict, have been holed up since the war began.
Army leaders have shown a…