Even as this year of little progress comes to an end, the United States must lead international action if 2013 is to be a better year in the Sudans.
We cannot afford to disengage from the Sudans. Urge President Obama to maintain the U.S. Special Envoy to Sudan and South Sudan in his second term.
With the most important players sitting on the sidelines, the people in Darfur, Abyei and elsewhere have very little to be thankful for.
The recent agreements between Sudan and South Sudan show some successes but there remain serious unresolved issues that the nations need to settle.
Despite progress made by Sudan and South Sudan, this latest deal is far from the comprehensive peace agreement that is needed.
In the largest shake-up of South Sudan’s oil concessions since the country became independent, the massive Block B will be split into three.
With this kind of solidarity and empowerment, the people of Sudan and South Sudan can work together to achieve lasting peace.
Sudan and South Sudan had reached an agreement on oil pipeline fees on August 4 but there are already signs that this deal may be in trouble.
As talks between Sudan and South Sudan carry on with little progress, the people of both countries are the ones who suffer the consequences.
It was hot and raining, but on July 8 more than a hundred people rallied to “Choose Peace in Sudan and South Sudan” at the White House.
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