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Vol 49 No 10

Published 9th May 2008


Sudan

Oddly normal II

The rapprochement between Sudan and the United States continues apace but US Special Envoy Richard Williamson has warned that he does not foresee full 'normalisation' during his tenure and that stronger sanctions are still possible (AC Vol 49 No 9). This may be a signal to US-based Darfur campaigners that there will be no major change in policy before November's presidential election. Some Democrats and campaigners believe that Williamson will resist Khartoum's courtship; others fear he has been told to restore relations before President George Bush leaves office.

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