SUDAN’S REGIONAL POLICY IN THE CONTEXT OF THE ARAB CRISIS
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SUDAN’S REGIONAL POLICY IN THE CONTEXT OF THE ARAB CRISIS
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S0321-50750000616-3-1
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Authors
Sergey Kostelyanets 
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42-46
Abstract
The Arab crisis known as the “Arab Spring” began in late 2010 and manifested itself in the change of regimes in Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, Yemen, in a civil war in Syria, and in mass unrest in many other Arab countries. The wave of protests has not bypassed Sudan, weakened by serious domestic political and economic problems associated primarily with the separation of the oil-rich south of the country. In the situation of sharp economic recession and political instability the country, however, has taken advantage of the destabilization of the Middle East and North Africa to strengthen its role in the region. The article discusses certain aspects of the formation of Sudan’s foreign policy at the present stage. The author focuses on Sudan’s relations with Egypt, Libya, Iran, Saudi Arabia and Qatar.
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Arab Spring, Sudan, Islamism, Muslim Brotherhood, foreign policy, conflicts
Date of publication
01.07.2015
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