By David L. Phillips and Ahmed Hussain Adam
November 16, 2012 — Sudan is on the brink. Its military has suffered humiliating defeat and dishonor. The economy is in free-fall. Islamist factions are breaking ranks with the regime. President Omar al-Bashir’s allies can see the writing on the wall. Khartoum has become a snake-pit, with everyone trying to promote their power and privilege in the event of Bashir’s demise.
Bashir is seeking to consolidate control by embracing Islamists and Shariah (...)
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