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Bashir and the Americans: sanctions and regime survival in Sudan

With sanctions, as in politics, it is only a slight exaggeration to say, paraphrasing Gladstone, that timing is everything. Altering U.S. policy on Sudan now, and not six months or a year or five ago, is more about Obama’s impending departure from office than due to any dramatic difference or reform in the Sudanese regime. 1,943 more words


Obama ends US economic embargo of long-estranged Sudan

Obama ends US economic embargo of long-estranged Sudan
Obama ends US economic embargo of long-estranged Sudan:- The Obama administration announced Friday the end of a U.S. 26 more words

Sudanese Pastors Pressured to 'Inform' or Stand Trial

This article was first published by World Watch Monitor on December 16, 2016.

Forty-eight year old father of three Revd Yamane Abraha received an ultimatum in Khartoum following a trip to Ethiopia in the fall of 2015. 983 more words

Current Events

What underlies the EU cooperation with Sudan?

Since the migrants’ crisis has erupted, several civil society organisations and associations engaged in the protection of human rights have felt concerned by the EU migration policy. 821 more words

Conflicts & Insecurity

Provost: Canada must step up to ensure justice for crimes against humanity

It has been a bad week or so for the International Criminal Court.

On Oct. 21, South Africa stated that it would withdraw from it, something no state has ever done since the court was created in 1998. 692 more words


Some Thoughts on South Africa's Withdrawal From the International Criminal Court

Contrary to the suggestion of some, the dust on South Africa’s and Burundi’s (and Gambia‘s) withdrawal from the International Criminal Court (ICC) has not settled. 2,092 more words

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