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10 August 2004 | Comments (0)
After Rwanda, the world learned once more the peril of genocide in rogue states. Yet the world, or the United Nations as its representative body, is seemingly a reluctant learner with flawed memory.

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12 July 2004 | Comments (0)
Aware of the difficult role the Chiefs and Traditional Leaders have played in managing the affairs of our people during the years of our noble struggles... Read more
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10 July 2004 | Comments (0)
COGNISANT of the 21 years of the heroic liberation struggle for the creation of the New Sudan of equality, justice, freedom, democracy and the rule of law;

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16 June 2004 | Comments (0)
Now that the six protocols have been signed on the 6th of June 2004 in Nairobi and the Sudanese people await the final agreement;... Read more
14 June 2004 | Comments (0)
Akol quoted: “Let's be clear about a few things: What we now call was the British system of ‘Divide and Rule’ in Sudan is a misguided belief as far as our country was concerned. With regard to North-South relations, the two regions were never united any time before the British arrived.”

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12 June 2004 | Comments (0)
The oil thing took off from a Reuter’s report posted recently on the Gurtong Discussion Board, GDB. Read more
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27 May 2004 | Comments (0)
When the UN Secretary General Kofi Annan teams up next week with the US Secretary of State Colin Powell to visit Sudan, they must take no more lies from Khartoum. Read more
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19 May 2004 | Comments (0)
The conflict in Darfur threw the GoS peace efforts into disarray, dividing its political and diplomatic energies. Read more
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13 May 2004 | Comments (0)
Democracy in a nutshell has been defined as the government of the people by the people for the people. Read more
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02 May 2004 | Comments (0)
The ongoing peace process in Sudan have introduced into the Sudanese political arena new ideological realities which ought to be recognized, not only by the Sudanese, but by the international community peace brokers in Sudan. Read more
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