Princeton Lyman resigns: the future of US diplomacy in the Sudans - By Aly Verjee

From African Arguments Wed Dec 12 2012, 04:48:44

Princeton Lyman, US special envoy for Sudan and South Sudan, is stepping down. A White House source characterised Lyman's departure as "the kind of personnel change that is normal at the end of a president's first term and start of

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