Imperialism and Sudan, Part 3: The True Architects of Terror and Poverty

By John Parker In 1999, the European Sudanese Public Affairs Council published an article by David Hoile entitled “Farce Majeure: The

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Imperialism and Sudan Part 2: Roots of Sudan’s economic woes

Part 1: What is the U.S. role in Sudan’s crisis? By John Parker Most timelines of today’s crisis in Sudan

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“Canada Adopts America First Foreign Policy,” US State Dept boasted in 2017, with appointment of FM Chrystia Freeland

The US embassy in Ottawa boasted in a March 2017 memo, “Canada Adopts ‘America First’ Foreign Policy,” just after PM

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Sudan’s Protesters Claim Victory After Power-Sharing Deal with Military Council

Sudan’s pro-democracy movement, which drove longtime dictator Omar al-Bashir from power in April, has welcomed a power-sharing agreement with the

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Sudan’s Rising Strongman has a Fragile Grip on the Military – and a Bloody Civil War Looms

The more ruthless Hemeti gets in his pursuit of power, the more disgruntled adversaries he creates within the army ranks.

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Canadian Firm Inks $6M Deal to Push “Political Aims” of Sudan’s Military Regime

WATCH ABOVE: Why have civilians been killed in Sudan and what are protesters asking for? A Canadian company has signed

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Dozens of Sudanese Officers “Arrested for Refusing to Use Violence Against Protesters”

Security source tells MEE that reports that the men had been detained for attempting to carry out a coup are

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Interview with the Sudanese Communist Party: “Wrench the Power From the Hands of the Military”

Liberation News interviewed Fathi AlFadl, Secretary for Information and member of the Central Committee of the Sudanese Communist Party (SCP)

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Understanding Gov’t Overturns in North Africa: What is Imperialism’s Role?

By John Parker and Greg Butterfield In early April, longstanding governments were toppled by protest movements and military coups in

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Sudan’s Intelligence Chief Quits, Protesters Keep up Pressure

“The second has fallen!” people chanted in the streets overnight as car horns tootled and mobile phones lit up in

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