Briefing : Sudan comes in from the cold as it transitions to civilian rule

 Sometime in the next few days, Sudan’s new cabinet will meet for the first time. That will mark the start of a three-year transition that, if all goes well, will end decades of civil war, reform a (...)

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 29/08/2019

Briefing : Sudan comes in from the cold as it transitions to civilian rule

 Sometime in the next few days, Sudan’s new cabinet will meet for the first time. That will mark the start of a three-year transition that, if all goes well, will end decades of civil war, reform a (...)

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