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Looking Ahead after a Year of Conflict in Sudan

On the one-year anniversary of the Sudan conflict, the prospects for a speedy resolution look bleak. Urgent action is required to arrest the country’s freefall and avoid a skyrocketing death count from the dual threat of famine and fighting.

Commentary by Cameron Hudson — April 12, 2024

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