Northern Sudan has taken control of Abyei in a blatant violation of the CPA, leaving many to wonder, "Is Sudan sliding toward civil war?".
Leon Willems, director of Press Now, sits down with the Pulitzer Center to discuss the challenges and importance of a strong, independent media in places like Sudan and beyond.
The situation in Darfur is increasingly dire, as the Sudanese government is preventing the few remaining aid organizations from delivering essential food and medical supplies to hundreds of thousands.
The dynamics of international response to crises around the world: a look at Darfur and today's Arab revolutionary movements.
As southern Sudan heads toward independence, Driuni Jakani works to promote peace, small farming, and rights for women.
As southern Sudan prepares to become independent, many are waiting to see how the new government will handle regulating its oil industry, which is a crucial lifeline and one of its biggest challenges.
While the jubilant southern Sudanese are geared to celebrate their independence from al-Bashir's rule, the large northern opposition to his Arab-Islamic agenda remains fearful.
A recent video released by the White House leaves out an important narrative of war crime allegations in Darfur.
At the dawn of a new Southern Sudan, women's future in civic participation is on the table. Will tradition, status quo, and lack of education stand in their way?
Tensions are high in Abyei, Sudan's contested border town. Despite a peaceful referendum, the Ngok Dinka fear they might be left belonging to the North if the South gets its independence.
Despite the successful referendum in southern Sudan, the unresolved status of Abyei, a town straddling the border between north and south, could spark civil war once again.
People in the politically tense region of Abyei are tired of the United States' new diplomatic efforts; many feel the US should implement existing agreements rather than focus on new ones.