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Population: 45.65m
GDP: $34.33bn
Debt: 155.3% GDP (2023 forecast)

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Reliving Darfur's tragic history 20 years on

The floundering attempts at a ceasefire around Khartoum are ignoring the growing threat of regional conflagration in the west

As international attention flickered on the failing talks in Jeddah mediated by officials from Saudi Arabia and the United States, the war between Sudan's military factions has bee...


Civilians demand a key role as US-Saudi mediation falters

Riyadh's and Washington's peace efforts are ignoring the politics at the centre of this devastating war

Ceasefire talks between Sudan's warring generals sponsored by the United States and Saudi Arabia, are set to resume in this week, Al Arabiya TV reported on Tuesday (6 June). This f...


A ceasefire with monitors this time

With back-up, the latest truce could open the door for a general return to Khartoum and the restart of civilian negotiations on the transition

The agreement of a short-term ceasefire and humanitarian arrangements in Jeddah on 21 May with monitoring capacity, after six failed such accords, may be a step forward despite the...

A war that hits everyone all at once

As the generals are deadlocked in battle, a humanitarian disaster is building with refugees fleeing for neighbouring countries

Prospects for a humanitarian ceasefire in Sudan have improved since the opening of talks between representatives of the warring factions open in Jeddah on 6 May, according to Unite...

How the generals blew up the transition

The outbreak of all-out war in Khartoum has produced an indelible conclusion – that the armed forces are incapable of governing the country

In full view of diplomats and international organisations in Khartoum, the Sudan Armed Forces (SAF) and the Rapid Support Forces (RSF) had been preparing for battle for several mon...


Mediators proliferate as fighting intensifies and more flee Khartoum

Efforts to end the conflict are struggling amid the humanitarian crisis and communications breakdown in Khartoum

An abundance of mediators – including the African Union (AU), the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD), the UN, the Gulf States, the United States, the European ...

How El Sisi lost the cold war over water

Closer ties between Addis Ababa and Khartoum sideline Cairo's position on the Nile dam

Egypt, a key player in the Nile Basin, is watching with alarm as the recent rapprochement between Sudan and Ethiopia undercuts its leverage over the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam...

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