Opposite editorial - China - South-Sudan - Sudan - United Kingdom - United States - Politics - Governance
Part 7
The seventh in our series of articles about Sudan’s pending referenda focuses on the United States, the United Kingdom and China and the remarkable double standards at work. But in the final analysis, do these superpowers really welcome an independent Southern Sudan?

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Sudan - A nation divided: The United States, Britain and China -
just another article blaming the west for africa's woes failing to realise in the process that omar albashir could take advantage of the heightened interest of the US,Britain and China to enrich his country build schools and hospitals for his people instead of perpetrating genocide on defenseless countrymen who are simply seeking the most basic and fundamental human rights. Sudan is nothing more than another tragic case of poor leadership on the african continent. - Tuesday 4 January 2011 - 11:50

Sudan — A nation divided: The United States and Britain -
The problem with the author's analysis is that he considers Sudan to be a chess piece with USA, Britain and China as the players. He has utter disregard to the plight of Southern Sudanese as a people or the policies of the Islamic regime in the North. This in itself is clearly part of the problem ill-disguised as an analysis. - Tuesday 28 December 2010 - 03:53

Sudan — A nation divided: The United States and Britain -
I totally disagree with you on your stuff. South Sudan has never been part of Khartoum Sudan. It has been a totally different cultural, social, economic and political entity for ages. Like Zimbabwe(South Rhodesia) ruled separately from Zambia(North Rhodesia), South Sudan was a separate entity with its leadership from North Sudan. At one time it was supposed to be annexed to East Africa or left as a future nation on its own. I believe granting South Sudan independence is the sensible thing to do. - Tuesday 28 December 2010 - 03:08

Sudan — A nation divided: The United States and Britain -
Good analysis Mr. Kassanhun! However, you missed the big picture when it comes to North-South conflict. The North is not willing to accept the so called "man's rule vs God's rule(sharia laws) ,which it imposes on the south and which the south vehemently rejected. In fact, self-determination for the south was swamped for sharia laws continues application in the north at the CPA negotiations in 2005. So the north has rejected multiculturalism of Sudanese state for an Islamic one. - Monday 27 December 2010 - 17:45

Sudan — A nation divided: The United States and Britain -
you are a very good writter but i think you do not like the western atmospher because you were talking about the west being a double standard. Let me tell you my friend, I am from southern sudan i have been living in the west side of the United State. The reason for that is because my village was burt down into aches by your friend Omar Albashir. But that was your goal and agenda to get rid of southern sudanese so that you can take over their beautiful land. u r the problem not the west. - Monday 27 December 2010 - 14:03



 


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