Winston Churchill described his book, “The River War: An Historical Account of the Reconquest of the Soudan,” as “a tale of blood and war.”
Justin D. LyonsAugust 1, 2023
When the variable spirit of human justice stands against the relative constant of greed and power, sadly it is the latter that often wins
James RowellJuly 10, 2023
Apostasy laws in Sudan are coming to an end thanks to cooperation between Christians, Muslims and women’s groups.
Tim ScheidererMay 18, 2023
The United States still has a critical leadership role to play in the Middle East—the Abraham Accords were only a starting point.
Connor Pfeiffer & Emily MillikenNovember 23, 2022
The connection between al Qaeda and Iran was hardly recognized until the discovery of documents in Bin Laden’s compound in Pakistan
Farhad RezaeiAugust 23, 2022
Despite the many challenges Sudan faces, its government’s defense of religious freedom gives reason for optimism that it is on the path to a more prosperous and more peaceful future.
Joshua MeserveyJanuary 15, 2021
Despite continued violence in Sudan and the disapproval of senior members of Congress, last January President Obama signed an executive order lifting Sudan sanctions on a probationary basis.
Andrew LarsenJuly 5, 2017
While the media spotlight shines on a few high-profile countries, four forgotten countries (Lithuania, Yemen, Sudan, and Morocco) operate under the radar.
Joshua CayetanoJuly 3, 2017
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