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Between ethnic tension and foreign intervention

Internationalization of the conflict

File - Gen. Mohammed Hamdan Dagalo, the deputy head of the military council, waves to a crowd during ...
16 February 2024
Unfortunately, there is a chilling classification with regards to areas of conflict in the world: first-class wars and second-class wars. A fallacy instigated by mainstream media, in which some areas of the world are covered by the international press while others are largely forgotten. Sudan is emblematic of this. After almost 10 months of fighting, all attempts at mediation have failed, resulting in a radicalization of the opposing sides’ positions, with the support of foreign powers. And yet, we are talking about a conflict that has caused the highest number of internally displaced people in the world — more than 11 million. And there are more than three million refugees spread across Egypt, Libya, Chad, the Central African Republic, South Sudan, Ethiopia and Eritrea. According to the United Nations, half the population of Sudan, about ...

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