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New Report: Sudan’s Self-Inflicted Economic Meltdown

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Washington, D.C. – An economic crisis in Sudan, including rapid depreciation of the national currency, severe shortages of essential commodities, and near collapse of public health and education sectors, are the result of 30 years of corruption and economic mismanagement, according to a new Enough Project report published today. The report, “Sudan’s Self-Inflicted Economic Meltdown: With a Corrupt Economy in Crisis, the Bashir Regime Scrambles to Consolidate Power,” shines a spotlight on the key structural causes of the economic meltdown, detailing distorted economic policies and the direct participation in businesses owned by senior government officials, members of their families, and their ...
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Sudan’s Self-Inflicted Economic Meltdown: With a Corrupt Economy in Crisis, the Bashir Regime Scrambles to Consolidate Power

Sudan
Sudan’s Self-Inflicted Economic Meltdown: With a Corrupt Economy in Crisis, the Bashir Regime Scrambles to Consolidate Power
 Download the full report.  العربية   On September 9, 2018, 18 months into one of Sudan’s worst economic crises, President Field Marshal Omar al-Bashir dissolved the Government of National Consensus that took office in May 2017 and appointed a new prime minister, declaring this a first step toward the implementation of sweeping reforms to permanently heal the economy. The new prime minister, Mutaz Musa, stated shortly thereafter that his cabinet would have “400 days and 3,000 hours” to accomplish the task ahead of the 2020 “political horizon,” a thinly disguised reference to the presidential elections slated for that year, in which ...
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New Report – Fear, Inc.: War Profiteering in the Central African Republic and the Bloody Rise of Abdoulaye Hissène

New Report - Fear, Inc.: War Profiteering in the Central African Republic and the Bloody Rise of Abdoulaye Hissène
The Sentry’s latest report released today focuses on the financial drivers of the protracted crisis in the Central African Republic, and follows the path of Abdoulaye Hissène ...
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“Fear, Inc.” New Investigative Report Exposes Billion Dollar Business Built on Atrocities and War in the Central African Republic

In its newest report released today, The Sentry details the violent ascent of a war profiteer in the Central African Republic (CAR), and the role he and other criminal entrepreneurs, both foreign and domestic, have played in driving a country into a morass of war, poverty, and pervasive terror ...
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“Le règne de la terreur” Un nouveau rapport d’enquête met en lumière comment les violences et la guerre génèrent des centaines de millions de dollars en République centrafricaine

Dans son dernier rapport publié aujourd'hui, The Sentry suit l'ascension violente d'un profiteur de guerre en République centrafricaine (RCA). Relié en réseau avec des entrepreneurs criminels tant étrangers que nationaux, ce seigneur de guerre contribue à prolonger l’état de guerre et de misère ...
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Diamond Industry Fails to Clean Up its Act

The diamond industry must deliver on its promise that consumers can trust the diamonds they purchase are sourced, traded, and processed responsibly, said a coalition of concerned civil society organizations today ...
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Experts Applaud Appointment of Pham as U.S. Envoy to Africa’s Great Lakes Region

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Today, the U.S. Department of State announced the appointment of Dr. J. Peter Pham as the U.S. Special Envoy to the Great Lakes Region of Africa ...
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Shifting Alliances, Foreign Interference: Mapping the Web of Armed Groups in the Central African Republic

Proliferation of competing national, regional, and international war profiteers could lead to “bloodier than ever” conflict, warns new Enough Project report ...
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Alliances éphémères, Interférences étrangères : une cartographie du vaste réseau de groupes armés en République centrafricaine

La prolifération de profiteurs de guerre nationaux, régionaux et internationaux, motivés par des intérêts rivaux, pourrait conduire à un conflit « plus sanglant que jamais », avertit le nouveau rapport d'Enough Project ...
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New Report Mapping the Web of Armed Groups in the Central African Republic

New Report Mapping the Web of Armed Groups in the Central African Republic
A new report by the Enough Project’s Nathalia Dukhan maps the myriad war profiteering armed groups in CAR ...
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