Opinion

BEYOND THE HORIZON: Urgent Institutional Reforms
Alula Berhe While we don’t believe in principle on emergency reforms but under certain circumstances it is a must. After
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Sudan’s President Omar Hassan al-Bashir Is Ousted, but Not His Regime
Declan Walsh and Joseph Goldstein Omar Hassan al-Bashir, the authoritarian president, has been ousted after nearly four months of mass
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I watched as our Egyptian revolution was stolen by the military – now Algeria and Sudan must avoid the same trap
I watched as our Egyptian revolution was stolen by the military – now Algeria and Sudan must avoid the same
The history of Arab uprisings has been both stupid and brutal – apart from when the generals stood aside Ahmed
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TMC: Agreement on Numbers and Percentages is Not Final
The Son Protested the Dictator. The Father Helped Throw Him Out.
Declan Walsh KHARTOUM, Sudan — As protesters massed at the gates of Sudan’s military headquarters, calling for the ouster of
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Tales in the Absence of Institutions
Ghassan Charbel – Asharq Al-Awsat The United Nations had once upon a time tasked a team to hold a census
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Coups Claiming to Be Revolutions
Hazem Saghieh – Asharq Al-Awsat Coups and revolutions are united in that they oust ruling regimes. They differ however, in
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Immigration Has Long-Term Benefits
Stephen Mihm – Bloomberg When President Donald Trump said last week that the US was “full,” he was reprising one
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Sudan Vision View: Urgent Compromises Needed
The present situation requires from all stakeholders to analyze very carefully the national situation in the context of the regional
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The Revolutionary Force Behind Sudan’s Protest Movement? Doctors
The Revolutionary Force Behind Sudan’s Protest Movement? Doctors
By Joseph Goldstein Security agents chased down and pummeled the pro-democracy protester, who said his pursuers were celebrating as if
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The People of Sudan have Earned the World’s Admiration and Respect
by Michelle Gavin, US Council on Foreign Relations Sudanese demonstrators celebrate after the announcement that President Omar al-Bashir had been
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How Two U.S. Presidents Reshaped America’s Policy toward Sudan
By Justin Lynch, Robbie Gramer The Sudanese government held a reception earlier this year at the Willard Hotel in Washington,
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Good Riddance to Sudan’s Al Bashir. Now What?
The New York Times The editorial board represents the opinions of the board, its editor and the publisher. It is
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