Sudan’s food riots show that the transitional government still has much to achieve
This op-ed, published in The Conversation, argues that Sudan’s political transition is in a precarious phase. Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok’s government is facing a wide variety of challenges, including protests over the price of goods and commodities, and a resurgence of violence in the country’s Darfur region. If the situation continues to unravel, the country could fall into crisis leaving parts of the old regime to retake control.
- Published year: 2021
- Full version: Read op-ed
- Language: English
- Media name: The Conversation