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Sudan: Recasting U.S. Policy

Massive injections of U.S. and Soviet arms have kept the war raging between northern and southern Sudan for nearly a half-century.

Eritrea/Ethiopia War Looms

The latest State Department call for progress in the stalled Ethiopia-Eritrea peace accord--issued this week and coming on the heels of similar expressions of concern by European diplomats last week--is welcome news for those fearing the renewal of war.

Rethinking Sudan

The conflict in Sudan is considerably more complicated than the simple north-south, Muslim vs. Christian, Arab vs. African duality many of those now lobbying the administration present.

Ethiopia-Eritrea Disengagement Proceeds Slowly, Civilians Watch & Wait

Peace efforts by the international community—particularly the U.S.—lost momentum after the signing of the Algiers accords.

Eritrea

Eritrea’s independence from Ethiopia became official in May 1993, through a United Nations-monitored referendum in which 99.8% of the voters opted for sovereignty.

Sudan

Sudan’s size, strategic location, and as-yet-unexploited oil reserves made it a cold war target of superpower intervention.