Demography of Sudan

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Jun 30th, 2013
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By Salah Shuaib The consistent opposition against Bashir’s regime is inevitably going to escalate in the coming months. But there is a question which should be raised: How could we deal with a new political atmosphere if the regime is fully collapsed? A number of writers and pundits believe that comp...
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Nov 12th, 2012
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By Anne Bartlett, opinion Einstein once quipped that the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. Given this point, one might suggest that recent agreements on borders, security and peace in Sudan have an element of the insane about them. Suc...
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Oct 18th, 2012
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By Ambassador Joseph Stafford When I arrived in Khartoum over three months ago to take up my duties as the Chief of Mission at the United States Embassy to Sudan, I was immediately struck by the friendliness and openness of the Sudanese people and their interest in the American people. I was welcomed...
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Oct 11th, 2012
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By Anne Bartlett and Adeeb Yousif October 8, 2012 — Looking at the multiple sites of conflict, misery and humanitarian disaster around Sudan, one might be forgiven for asking what it means to talk about peace and cooperation when there is barely any sign of justice and inclusion. What is the point, f...
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Aug 27th, 2012
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By Hala Al karib In July 2012, a 23 year old woman Laila Ibrahim Issa Jamool from Dar Hamer, a pastoralist tribe of Sudan Kordofan’s region found herself shackled inside Omdurman women prison holding on to her sick infant who is suffering from Asthma. Laila’s family moved to Khartoum as a result of c...