Sudan's Referendum: Prickly Interdependence

Sudan has seen some of the most violent conflicts in Africa with mass displacement and charges of genocide. Now a referendum is likely to see the state divided between north and south in a rare redrawing of boundaries. Still economically interdependent, the two may not be able to afford more war.

The World Today Updated 14 October 2020 Published 1 December 2010 4 minute READ

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