What Is the Benefit for the United States Not to Go After Sudan?

By Scott Morgan
We have heard that the concept to formally restore relations between the United States and Sudan is a project so vast that it has to be completed in phases.

Phase one was keyed into action by the outgoing Obama Administration just before leaving office in January 2017. It resulted in the conditional granting of sanctions relief which then would have to be certified by the incoming Trump Administration to be permanently lifted. On October 12th of 2017, the Trump Administration did just that much to the chagrin of various Diaspora Groups and Human Rights Advocates.

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