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Amid shifting military dynamics, a narrow window for dialogue about stopping the fighting in Sudan may have opened. But diplomacy is in disarray. Outside actors should urgently coordinate efforts to steer the belligerents toward a negotiated end to hostilities. 


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Ferocious fighting in the capital and elsewhere is tipping one of Africa’s largest countries ever closer to falling apart. There are no easy ways to halt the carnage. All with influence should do everything possible to stop Sudan’s slide into even greater disaster.

Sixteen months after Russia’s full-scale invasion, its attacks on Ukrainian cities continue, while Ukraine’s counteroffensive slowly advances. With NATO leaders convening soon, Crisis Group experts explain in this Q&A why a lengthy war may loom and what that means for NATO members and other states.

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Through four administrations – over more than sixteen years – the U.S. government has been engaged in military operations against Al-Shabaab, a jihadist insurgency in Somalia. Today, the East African country continues to be a focal point of the U.S.’s war on terror. 

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26 Jun 2023
Russian weapons and facilities are under solid control and there’s no evidence that Wagner or anyone else is looking to capture them. Time

Olga Oliker

Program Director, Europe and Central Asia
24 Jun 2023
If Russian soldiers feel their commanders are not in control, their trenches will be much easier to take for advancing Ukrainian troops. The Hill

Simon Schlegel

Senior Analyst, Ukraine
21 Jun 2023
The election [in Myanmar] was the regime's exit strategy from day one, and it doesn't appear to have a backup plan. VOA

Thomas Kean

Senior Consultant, Myanmar & Bangladesh
18 Jun 2023
Washington seeks to lower the risks of competition [with China] by establishing clearer guardrails and identifying areas of cooperation. Axios

Amanda Hsiao

Senior Analyst, China
15 Jun 2023
Ankara remains intent on further pushing back against the PKK [Kurdistan Workers' Party] and its affiliates in the region. Arab News

Berkay Mandıracı

Senior Analyst, Türkiye
15 Jun 2023
MONUSCO has largely failed [in DR Congo] because its deployment has not had a significant impact on security over the past decade. DW

Jean-Hervé Jezequel

Project Director, Sahel

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