Egypt is certainly the gift of the Nile, but the great river could become east Africa’s curse. What are the chances of a future ‘water war’?
Amid the sweltering heat and omnipresent dust, Andrew Eatwell discovers Sudan’s hospitable and friendly face – and its rapidly developing capital.
Despite its reputation for war and violence, there is more to Sudan than meets the West’s eye.
The ICC indictment of Sudan’s leadership merits a balanced appraisal.
A UN report has reignited the controversy over who is to blame for the sorry state of the Arab world: Arabs or the West?
Cherie Blair’s chastisement of the African Union for not co-operating with the International Criminal Court is pretty rich coming from the wife of a man many believe is a war criminal.