Pressure on Sudan’s Military Rulers to Engage in Political Process

With more than four months gone since the putsch by the military in Sudan pressure on the rulers to go back and engage in a political process is mounting. The so-called Friends of Sudan group of nations on March 3 published a statement on the UN Integrated Transition Assistance Mission in Sudan (UNITAMS) report. UNITAMSContinue reading “Pressure on Sudan’s Military Rulers to Engage in Political Process”

Sudan: New Protests Ahead of UN-Sponsored Talks

It’s been a week since Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok resigned from his post, citing a lack of consensus in the country and amid warnings that Sudan was on the brink of disaster. So far, the military rulers have failed to come up with a successor and street protests are continuing unabated. Many names have beenContinue reading “Sudan: New Protests Ahead of UN-Sponsored Talks”