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Fouad Hikmat and Donald Steinberg

Orchestrating Sudan’s next fateful step

By Fouad Hikmat and Donald Steinberg
December 10, 2009

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Unless the international community moves rapidly, Sudan's future could see the division of the country into two unviable states: the first, a northern Islamic state ruled by an accused war criminal; the second, a new country in the south, likely born into "failed state" status. (Full article: 715 words)

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