Haitham Nouri's Articles

An agreement between the Forces of Freedom and Change and the Sudanese Sovereignty Council is within reach in Sudan, holding out the possibility of an end to the conflict in the country.

The recent deal signed between the Ethiopian government and the Tigray People’s Liberation Front could be easily breached.

It seems Sudan and Ethiopia are eager to achieve calm relations in order to focus on their own internal challenges.

Why has the climate and the issue of climate change often taken a backseat in Arabic literature.

Sudan is divided over Al-Burhan’s UK visit and UNGA address. Was the Sudanese military leader attempting to gain international recognition or conducting a routine activity, asks Haitham Nouri

In a sign of growing concern in Washington about the Civil War in Ethiopia, the US special envoy to the Horn of Africa region arrived last week in Addis Ababa, reports Haitham Nouri

Renewed fighting between the government and Tigray is one of many reasons Ethiopia is in a critical state.

As if political challenges and conflicts weren’t enough for Sudan, the rainy season ­— from June to September — has wreaked havoc in one of Africa’s richest-poorest countries.

Haitham Nouri reports on the Kenya presidential elections

China may well attack Taiwan, reports Haitham Nouri, but only once Taiwan opts for secession

While the world is distracted from Africa by the war in Ukraine, Ethiopia’s conflicts continue to seethe, reports Haitham Nouri

Soaring prices are pushing many countries to the precipice.

There is no end in sight to the violence and economic failure into which Sudan is slipping.

If Russia takes control of Odessa, Ukraine will become a landlocked country, which makes it difficult to export food products to Africa and the Middle East.

Israeli Defence Minister announced on Monday “a new alliance to counter alleged threats posed by Iran to countries in the region”. We take a look at this new partnership and operation.

By mediating the Russia-Ukraine conflict, Turkey is trying to establish its presence on the international arena, reports Haitham Nouri

Sudan was too preoccupied with domestic troubles to attend this week’s Negev summit with four other Arab foreign ministers and Israel, observers tell Haitham Nouri

The Russia-Ukraine negotiations are now more focused on providing humanitarian aid than on finding a political resolution.

Already suffering from conflicts and food shortages, Africa has had an even harder time with the Ukraine-Russia crisis.

Western leaders are vowing to impose sanctions against Moscow should it invade Ukraine.

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