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February 28, 2013 - Dr. Elwathig Kameir’s recent article titled, “Disintegration of the Sudanese State: the most likely scenario,” published in Sudantribune, February 10, 2013, raises provocative yet very timely questions about the future of the country. Indeed, the article opens up a debate about what political reform entails, particularly in a divided country such as Sudan. My goal in writing this short piece is to add my modest contribution to the debate.
In recent years, (...)
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