Further delays are likely in Sudan sanctions review

Wednesday, July 19, 2017



  • The delay will embolden government hardliners in Khartoum who oppose dialogue with Washington.
  • The uncertain signals from Washington will deter foreign businesses and banks from considering new investments in Sudan.
  • Critics of the Sudanese government in the US domestic realm will seek to influence the development of a new Sudan policy.
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