December 13, 2018

Archives for August 2010

Omar al-Bashir, fresh off press crackdown in Sudan . . .

Khartoum, Sudan Buoyed by a win in the disputed Sudan election in April, President Omar Al Bashir continues to thumb his nose to critics at home and abroad, jailing journalists and challenging an arrest warrant for war crimes and genocide. Read rest of article as it appeared

U.S. priorities on Sudan

Sudan advocates are firing up about this nice scoop by Josh Rogin in Foreign Policy, documenting yet another feud between Special Envoy Gration and Ambassador Rice over the direction of the Obama administration’s Sudan policy: Rogin writes, “At the meeting, Rice was said to be “furious” when Gration proposed a plan that makes the January […]

Sudan’s post-election parliament

I just got back from Sudan and have 11 days to finish the next review stage on my book. So I made a deal with myself not to blog until that was done (you can check out reporting from my trip, which is all being posted at the Pulitzer Center – and there is plenty […]