Peaceful Sudan is in sight?

By Lawrence Freeman On Monday October 10, Sudan celebrated the conclusion of the historic National Dialogue intended to give birth to a New Sudan and new constitution.  Joining Sudan’s President Omar al Bashir on the dais were the heads of state from Egypt, Uganda, Chad and Mauritania, all who spoke…

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Experts highlight challenges for media and universities

By  Dr. Jerry Komia Domatob Diplomats, journalists, civil society leaders, university professors, and students from diverse fields converged at Rutgers University Newark, School of Public Affairs and Administration for the 5th Annual Conference on Media and Governance to focus attention on the growing challenges and responsibilities of universities and the…

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Revisiting the Scandal at ICC

By Lawrence Freeman A potentially devastating scandal involving the president of the International Criminal Court (ICC), Judge Silvia Alejandra Fernandez Gurmendi, was brought to light in the July 3rd edition of London Evening Post. According to the article entitled, “ICC President in corruption scandal over Bashir,” Judge de Gurmendi received…

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