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What direction for post-revolution Sudan?


It's increasingly important that this process that Sudan goes through doesn't have interference from the international community, that they find their own unique way, but they make sure this process is as inclusive and diverse as possible, to make sure that all people who have been marginalized have their voices heard. If not, then you haven't dealt with the root causes of many of the issues people originally have risen up for.

Conflict researcher Andrew Tchie follows the revolution that toppled Sudan's government - as a deep economic crisis and months of protests ended the 30-year rule of president Omar al-Bashir, the Sudanese people must now deal with a splintered security sector and degraded state through inclusion and self-directed rule.

Andrew is author of the commentary How Sudan’s protesters upped the ante, and forced al-Bashir from power for The Conversation.

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Andrew Tchie

Andrew Tchie is a research fellow at the International Institute for Strategic Studies and Editor of the IISS Armed Conflict Database.


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