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Sudan - US Sanctions Lifted

The move will give Sudan access to the global banking system but President al-Bashir remains a war crimes suspect. Sudan stays on the US list of state sponsors of terrorism. 679 more words

Good Politics or Bad Law? The International Criminal Court, Bashir, and South Africa

It came as quite the surprise. To be sure, observers of South Africa’s relationship with the International Criminal Court (ICC) fully expected that the Court’s Judges would eventually find that Pretoria had failed to cooperate in arresting and surrendering Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir to The Hague when he visited in 2015. 1,236 more words

International Criminal Court (ICC)

Non-Compliance But No Referral - The ICC Muddies the Waters

Angela Mudukuti joins us for this take on the decision by the International Criminal Court (ICC) regarding South Africa’s failure to arrest and surrender sudanese President Omar al-Bashir to the ICC.  1,141 more words

International Criminal Court (ICC)

Business Day, Friday 7 July 2017

South Africa found to have acted illegally when it failed to arrest Omar al-Bashir when he attended the African Union summit in Johannesburg…

Rassegna settimanale 22-28 maggio: Africa subsahariana

22 maggio 2017, SUDAN DEL SUD – Kiir annuncia il cessate il fuoco unilaterale e il rilascio dei prigionieri

Il Presidente del Sudan del Sud ha proclamato un cessate il fuoco unilaterale, in effetto da lunedì 22 maggio, e ha promesso il rilascio dei prigionieri politici; tuttavia, dal momento che manca qualunque segnale di accordo politico raggiunto con i ribelli, non è chiaro se sarà possibile giungere a una tregua. 586 more words

Rassegna Settimanale

South Sudan is Starving Itself, But We Shouldn't Rush to Judge

There are no famines anymore, unless people want them.

South Sudan is starving. As reported by Foreign Policy, the world’s newest country is also one of the world’s hungriest. 2,226 more words


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