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After the sanctions: Sudanese views of relations with the United States

Drawing on fieldwork and interviews conducted in January and February 2018, a few months after U.S. economic sanctions on Sudan were permanently lifted, this report examines the perceptions and hopes of Sudanese citizens for future relations between Sudan and the United States. Research for this report was supported by the Middle East and Africa Center at the United States Institute of Peace.

On June 5, I’ll be speaking on Facebook Live about the report.  Join us!


South Sudan’s Pitfalls of Power Sharing

In response to the IGAD mediation’s latest proposal at the South Sudan High Level Revitalization Forum, the United States Institute of Peace published commentary by Susan Stigant and I on the pitfalls of power sharing, and how the proposal could be improved.  Read more here.