Deteriorating Security Crises: Renewed Risks of Civil War in Darfur

Darfur has been troubled by insecurity and humanitarian crises for decades. The ongoing disregard for humanitarian truces and repeated violations of the Jeddah Declaration of Commitment to Protect the Civilians of Sudan and Facilitate Humanitarian Arrangements, even after it was extended, give the impression that the situation is repeating itself.

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Tunnels of Religious War in Palestine

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Iran-Mauritania Rapprochement: Motives and Objectives

Rapprochement between Iran and Mauritania did not occur in a vacuum; rather, it was spurred by a number of factors, which Abdel Moneim Ali details in this analysis.

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The Political Aspects of France’s Crisis

The French political scene is unquestionably in a state of crisis, with a president who, according to all opinion polls, is detested and who lacks an absolute majority in the National Assembly, as well as a startling increase in the share of votes and seats won by extremist and/or insane political parties. The actors’ handling of this scene aggravates and

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The UNITAMS Role and the Position of Sudanese Parties 

Since 2019, United Nations missions have been deployed to Sudan for political and security purposes and they remain in place despite the current crisis. The positions of the Sudanese parties regarding the formation and acceptance of the UN mission in Sudan ranged from acceptance to rejection to conditional approval.

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