Elfadil Ibrahim is a writer and Law lecturer.
Published in: North Africa, West AsiaSudan and the uphill war on inflation: context and bleak prospects
It is becoming increasingly difficult to imagine the continuity of the NCP leadership in the face of sustained...
Political Islam in Sudan: pragmatism or principle?
The Sudanese Islamic Movement (SIM) has lost much legitimacy with the Sudanese people and its own party officials....
Published in: openSecurityThe battle for Heglig and the elephant in the room
The hostility between South Sudan and Sudan over Heglig is symptom of the larger unresolved issues between the two...
The US needs to rethink its strategy with Sudan
After the secession of South Sudan the Sudanese ruling National Congress Party seeks to strengthen ties with the...
How genocide denial legislation confuses law and history
Denial of genocide is not always tantamount to a refutation of the fact that a morally untenable event has taken...
Published in: openSecurityThe death of Khalil Ibrahim: what it doesn't mean for peace in Darfur
The likely future of the JEM without Khalil Ibrahim is fragmentation and eventual disintegration