Asmaa Al-Husseini's Articles

Are Al-Burhan and Hemedti genuinely working towards peace or are they engaging in strategic manoeuvres?

There are signs that Sudan might be divided, another calamity the Sudanese people will have to endure.

Commander of the Sudanese Armed Forces Abdel-Fattah Al-Burhan’s tour of areas in the country and planned meetings in Cairo and Riyadh raise more questions than answers.

As humanitarian conditions continue to plummet in Sudan, there are signs that the civil conflict in the country may expand to other areas.

In his first video message in many weeks, Mohamed Hamdan Daglo (Hemedti), the commander of the Rapid Support Forces (RSF), surrounded by his soldiers, insists that replacing the Sudanese army is a condition for ending the bloody fighting that erupted in Khartoum on 15 April.

The multiplication of initiatives to end the conflict in Sudan could yield positive results if they do not draw out the crisis in the country.

Egypt is hosting a summit meeting of countries neighbouring Sudan in order to pool regional and international efforts to resolve the crisis in the country.

As Sudan’s warring parties refuse to compromise foreign intervention looms ever closer.

Continuing hostilities between Sudan’s warring parties reveal the desire of each to vanquish the other before the imposition of another ceasefire.

The longer the Sudan crisis persists, the worse the humanitarian situation in the country becomes, reports Asmaa Al-Husseini

A temporary ceasefire to the conflict in Sudan came into effect this week, with hopes running high that it will mark the start of permanent peace agreement.

As peace negotiations continue in the Saudi city of Jeddah, can the existing Jeddah Declaration on the conflict in Sudan be enforced on the ground

Could mediation by the US and Saudi Arabia end the conflict in Sudan, asks Asmaa Al-Husseini

In an interview with Ahram Online on Tuesday, the spokesman for the Sudanese Armed Forces, Brigadier General Nabil Abdullah, accused the Rapid Support Forces (RSF) of violating a new three-day ceasefire brokered by the United States and Saudi Arabia less than half an hour after it came into effect on Monday.

While Sudan’s civil forces are trying to put out the flames of the present conflict, the country’s army and Rapid Support Forces are each aiming to emerge victorious, writes Asmaa Al-Husseini

In an unprecedented development that poses a serious threat to Sudan's peace and stability, the dispute between the leaderships of the Sudanese army and the Rapid Support Forces (RSF) escalated in recent days - with both sides mobilising their military forces.

Will the latest reconciliation agreement in Darfur put an end to bloodshed or is it just another photo-op?

Asmaa Al-Husseini keeps up with the most recent developments in the Sudan crisis.

Following 30 years of fraught relations Egypt and Sudan are coordinating efforts to promote their development

Is a breakthrough between Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia over the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam likely, asks Asmaa Al-Husseini

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