Sudan: belief that Khartoum regime will reform is misplaced - By Hamdan Mohamed Goumaa

From African Arguments Tue Dec 4 2012, 05:54:18

The tendency by the United States and its allies to count on the existing regime in Khartoum to embark on serious reforms towards achieving genuine democracy and stability is illusive. Putting all the eggs in the basket of the current

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