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Vol 58 No 1

Published 6th January 2017


Sudan

Money and the military

As its foreign reserves dwindle, the Khartoum regime will face mounting protest on the street and a more determined opposition

Rising economic pressure and growing popular protest will test the National Congress Party (NCP) regime again this year and much will depend on the ability of opposition groups, both unarmed and military, to boost their coordination. If they fail, an increasingly cash-strapped and brutal stalemate is in prospect.

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