• Gregory Turner

Sudan Stumbles Through Transition Without Fresh Donor Help

International donors are holding back, demanding more transparency on public and military spending, an economic reform plan, and the lifting of fuel subsidies estimated to cost about $3.5 billion a year. READ MORE BELOW


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