The United States’ Futile Efforts to Keep Sudan in its Orbit of Influence

The United States’ Futile Efforts to Keep Sudan in its Orbit of Influence

The unfortunate events in Sudan, which led to a bloody struggle between two rival generals, revealed the fragility of the policy of orientation towards the “hegemon of democracy,” the United States. The US policy under both Republican and Democratic administrations now reflects Washington’s inability to fully support and assist the democratic transition in that African…

Sudan Has Become a Battleground

Sudan Has Become a Battleground

Sudan’s armed confrontation, which began in mid-April between General Abdel Fattah al Burhan, Commander of the Sudanese Armed Forces, and General Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo, Commander of the Rapid Support Forces, is becoming more prolonged. The conflict helps only the West and is not in the interests of Africans or the vast majority of the world’s…

Sudan’s Crisis and the Hidden Hands of the IMF

Sudan’s Crisis and the Hidden Hands of the IMF

As the people of Sudan continue to experience conflict and violence, the role played by international financial institutions is often ignored. Decades of IMF-imposed austerity policies and cuts on spending played a huge role in the deterioration of living conditions in the country Sudan is experiencing its fourth week of conflict between two military factions,…

Five Takeaways from the Newly Commenced Saudi-US Peace Process for Sudan

Five Takeaways from the Newly Commenced Saudi-US Peace Process for Sudan

The US remains the most influential foreign actor in this conflict, which it was responsible for sparking but is now trying to stop since the military-strategic dynamics shifted against its interests. The Sudanese Armed Forces (SAF) and the Rapid Support Forces (RSF) both dispatched representatives to Jeddah for talks on Saturday that Al Jazeera reported…

Sudan: The New Geopolitical Battlefield Between East and West?

Sudan: The New Geopolitical Battlefield Between East and West?

The potential outbreak of a civil war sparked by a factional fight within Sudan’s military government poses a destabilization threat beyond the nation’s borders – into Africa, West Asia, and the emerging multipolar order. This suits the west just fine. The story of Sudan is one of contrasts and contradictions. It is a country with tremendous…

The Mainstream Media’s Admissions That American Meddling Ruined Sudan Are Misleading

The Mainstream Media’s Admissions That American Meddling Ruined Sudan Are Misleading

These limited hangouts are meant to justify more American meddling in Sudan on the pretexts of making amends for the prior policy that the New York Times and the Washington Post both argued was responsible for this crisis in parallel with preventing the “protracted” conflict that the US’ Director of National Intelligence just predicted will…