If things in Sudan drag on, Haftar and his allies could get involved. This could change the balance of power and have ripple effects on the Libyan conflict.
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Sudan is surrounded by countries that all have their own national interest in the outcome of this war. Sooner or later, they will be drawn into this conflict like into a black hole.
They did not realise that the new agreement crossed the red lines of Burhan’s regular forces
I don’t think it’s useful to look at this as just a Russia story
The EU tries to stabilise things and mediate. The Russians come in with a proposal to back one party in any given conflict, usually autocratic ones
Their relative equal power and their ambition for total domination have doomed all negotiations since the transition […]. The problem is not the negotiations, but the lack of political will.
In a desperate deflection tactic, he has embraced a Tunisian version of the rightwing ‘great replacement theory’, prompting a racist crackdown on black Africans
Italy cannot act alone in Africa. The “Mattei Plan” has to be framed into an EU initiative.
The Mattei Plan is an excellent idea that can work very well with Southern Mediterranean countries and with Africa, but up to now it is a rhetorical game that needs to be filled with content