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An open letter to Ibrahim Ghandour
An Open Letter to Ibrahim Ghandour, Deputy Chairman of the National Congress Party, on the occasion of his visit to meet with Obama administration officials in Washington, DC from Eric Reeves, February 7, 2015 - Forgive me, Ibrahim Ghadour, if I’ve...
The Khartoum regime, and the National Prayer Breakfast
By Eric Reeves, The "National Prayer Breakfast"—a sixty-two year tradition in Washington, held annually on the first Friday in February—will this year commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Armenian genocide. Bringing together...
Darfur in 2014: A nightmare impossible to "slumber" through
A detailed timeline for events leading to present intensifying threats of displacement and violence against civilians throughout Darfur By Eric Reeves Overview (all references are in the detailed timeline that follows in two parts; the two parts of this...
Sudan, Iran, the Obama Administration, and Khartoum’s political vision"
More about what we learn from the leaked minutes of the August 31 meeting bringing together Khartoum’s most senior military and security officials By Eric Reeves October 16, 2014 - The document containing minutes of the 31 August 2014 meeting of...
What the Khartoum regime really thinks
(leaked minutes of critical August 2014 meeting of senior military and security official) By Eric Reeves I received on 22 September 2014, from a source within Sudan whom I trust implicitly, a truly extraordinary, indeed explosive document, containing...
A familiar acquiescence follows the bombing of MSF hospital in S. Kordofan
By Eric Reeves June 26, 2014 - Nothing on the ground has changed since Khartoum’s warplanes struck the hospital of Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) in Frandala, South Kordofan last week. We don’t know the...
Khartoum defiantly bombs another hospital in S. Kordofan
By Eric Reeves This past Thursday (12 June 2014) U.S. ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Power issued an unusually strong statement condemning Khartoum’s bombing of civilian and humanitarian targets in South Kordofan and Blue Nile states...
Preventing genocide in South Sudan
By Eric Reeves and John Prendergast With Secretary of State John Kerry traveling to Ethiopia today, site of the peace talks for South Sudan, he will be greeted by a bracing reality: no civilians in the world are in greater danger than those of South Sudan...
Khartoum: A criminal regime inits death throes lashes out with more violence
By Eric Reeves March 16, 2014 - Even by the extraordinary standards of the National Islamic Front/National Congress regime, the past few weeks have seen exceedingly grim news throughout Sudan, but especially in Darfur. No doubt convinced that the world’s...
Khartoum: really out of the terrorism business?
By Eric Reeves March 11, 2014 - Given the U.S. intelligence community’s eager relationship with Khartoum, it would be convenient if the National Islamic Front/National Congress Party regime were no longer in the business of supporting international...
In the shadow of South Sudan’s catastrophe, Khartoum’s actions are escaping scrutiny
Eric Reeves February 24, 2014 - The various crises in (northern) Sudan have recently largely escaped notice as news attention is relentlessly focused on the worsening crisis in South Sudan. The accelerating violence—increasingly ethnically inflected—has...
Malnutrition data for Darfur still Being withheld
By Eric Reeves February 11, 2014 - For several years now, one of the great deficiencies in our understanding of and response to the humanitarian crisis in Darfur has been a lack of data relevant to assessments of malnutrition, hygiene, primary medical...
The Last chance to end violence in South Sudan is slipping away
By Eric Reeves January 22, 2014 - It has been three weeks since I asked whether violence had brought South Sudan to the "tipping point" ( http://wp.me/p45rOG-1ad ). It becomes increasingly likely that without an immediate signing of IGAD’s...
Has South Sudan passed the tipping point?
Eric Reeves, January 4, 2014 - Reports of violence in South Sudan are increasing dramatically, creating an ever-larger humanitarian crisis, one that already verges on the “catastrophic” according to several relief organizations on the ground...
Riek Machar’s End-Game: What is it?
By Eric Reeves, Riek Machar, former Vice-President of South Sudan and current leader of rebel forces in the country, knows as well as anyone that every day that passes without a halt to the fighting—every hour—makes more likely the explosive...