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US and Sudan – We Need a Fresh Approach

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Sudanese Christians take part in a ceremony led by the Archbishop of Canterbury at Khartoum's All Saints Cathedral on July 30, 2017. (Photo: ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP / Getty Images)
Sudanese Christians take part in a ceremony led by the Archbishop of Canterbury at Khartoum’s All Saints Cathedral on July 30, 2017. (Photo: ASHRAF SHAZLY/AFP/Getty Images)

What should the U.S. be doing in Sudan now that the country’s Islamist leader Omar al-Bashir has been deposed? It’s time for a fresh approach, says Faith McDonnell from the Church Alliance for a New Sudan.

Clarion Intelligence Network Director and Shillman Fellow Ryan Mauro discussed the situation with McDonnell. She maintains there’s a ready-made non-Islamist group that could take over the country and bring its people to security and democracy:

 

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