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Sudan's foreign policy balance will remain fragile

Monday, June 28, 2021


This goal was implicitly a response to the previous three decades of foreign relations under ousted former President Omar al-Bashir, when Sudan struggled under international sanctions, isolation and fluctuating foreign policy fortunes.


  • Contrasting foreign policy orientations among political factions may be a source of tension within the power-sharing government.
  • Contradictory agreements with other countries will be a liability.
  • Foreign investment inflows will remain muted, at least until economic and political uncertainty fades.

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