Pivot Points: Reshaping Sudan

Analysis of the Referendum in Sudan

CSIS is following events in Sudan, as Africa’s largest country breaks apart and tries to rebuild itself as two separate nations. The Republic of South Sudan, the world’s newest nation from July 9, 2011, faces the formidable task of building a state with few human resources, amid a backdrop of serious insecurity. Meanwhile, Sudan, the nation it leaves behind, faces a host of political, economic, and social challenges. CSIS will provide analysis and commentary on both the North and South as they embark on an uncertain future.

CSIS Resources

Event Video

Monday, January 10, 2011 8:30 a.m.-10:00 a.m. Sudan: Post-Referendum Scenarios and the Way Forward

Additional Events

Short Written Analyses
Report

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