During the Sudanese uprising, Khartoum became a carefully re-mapped city where only the revolutionaries knew its paths, writes Amar Jamal.
THE ANGRY ARAB: The US Just Blackmailed Sudan
Washington has proven that it is willing to make people suffer, and even starve, if governments don’t acquiesce to normalization with Israel, writes As`ad AbuKhalil.
Bullets Are Not the Seeds of Life
Vijay Prashad says most endemic hunger is caused by a system that would rather waste food than feed the hungry.
The Fight for Bread Became a Fight for Freedom
After being at the forefront of the recent protests, Sudanese women are being sidelined in the post-revolutionary political process, Alaa Salah told the UN Security Council.
My Voice Is the Gallows for All Tyrants
Vijay Prashad looks at deep-seated, overlooked uprisings in Kashmir and Sudan.
THE ANGRY ARAB: Armies & Politics in the Middle East
As`ad AbuKhalil reviews Middle East rulers’ reasons for distrusting their own militaries.
THE ANGRY ARAB: How to Bring Down a Regime in the Arab World
Protesters in the Sudan and Algeria have learned from the counter-revolutions and know it is not enough to oust a single tyrant, writes As`ad AbuKhalil.
The Case for Pragmatism
Exclusive: Since American neocons emerged in the 1980s, they have pushed an aggressive “regime change” strategy that has left bloody chaos in their wake. The cumulative impact, including Mideast refugees flooding Europe and overuse of sanctions, is now contributing to a…