America’s Neo-Imperialist Pressure on Sudan Exposes its True Intentions Towards Africa

Andrew Korybko The planned Russian naval base in Port Sudan would unprecedentedly deepen military relations between Moscow and Khartoum, thus helping the host state more confidently resist Washington’s pressure in all respects, especially when it comes to being manipulated into a mutually detrimental war with Ethiopia. The “Strategy Towards Sub-Saharan Africa” that the US unveiled…

Sudan: Military Leaders Affirm Commitment to Civilian Government

Al Mayadeen Brigadier General Taher Abu Haja, the media advisor to the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces points out that his country’s army will hand over power only to those “chosen by the people.” Brigadier General Taher Abu Haja, the media advisor to the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, confirmed Saturday that “the army will…

Sudanese Communist Party Forms a New Alliance Committed to Ending Military Rule

Abayomi Azikiwe Sudanese Communist Party Leader Mohamed Mokhtar Al Khatib Forms New Alliance After withdrawing from the Forces for Freedom and Change (FFC), the SCP has continued to call for democratic civilian rule Since December of 2018, the Republic of Sudan has undergone general strikes, mass demonstrations, the forced removal of longtime former President Omar…

Blood-Letting in the Blue Nile: ‘Tribal Wars’ Triggered for the Survival of Sudan’s Military Junta

Pavan Kulkarni Displaced from their houses during the violence that was largely in Roseires, many have arrived in Blue Nile’s capital Damazine. (Mohamed Mustafa/Twitter The junta in Sudan is deliberately dragging the country toward civil war by provoking tribal conflicts across the border States, warn communist activists and members of resistance committees Demonstrations were held…

Sudan: The West’s Hypocrisy

Hussam AbdelKareem The Sudanese revolution continues its valiant victories, for which it has paid in advance with pure blood and precious souls since its inception, to reassure the world that this nation is impervious to submission and defeat, and that this revolution will achieve its noble goals regardless of who approves or disapproves. – Sudan…

Sudan: “Security Situation in Darfur Remains Very Dangerous”

Pavan Kulkarni Damaged structures in the city of Kreinik in Sudan’s West Darfur from March 2022. Photo by Wilberforce Musombi / NRC. Reiterating the call for a UN force to protect the displaced who have been “left at the mercy of militias,” Adam Rojal, spokesperson of Darfur’s refugees and IDPs, told Peoples Dispatch that violence…

Sudanese Communists Alert to Increase in State Repression

Madaar Sudanese forces raided the house of the political secretary of the Sudanese Communist Party, Muhammad Mukhtar al-Khatib On May 19, Sudanese security forces raided the home of the political secretary of the Sudanese Communist Party, Muhammad Mukhtar al-Khatib, and took him to an unknown destination, according to the party’s official page. After the leaders…

Sudanese Resistance Committees Reject UN Calls to Negotiate with Coup Leaders

Pavan Kulkarni Youth in Khartoum protest the coup and stand up to the repression of security forces. Photo: Mohamed Mustafa UN’s calls for negotiation with the coup leaders “is extremely disrespectful” of Sudan’s struggle for democracy, says Resistance Committee spokesperson Dania Atabani “No negotiation, No compromise, No Partnership with the military” remains the main slogan…

As Protests Continue in Sudan, Resistance Committees Release a Key Charter

Pavan Kulkarni On February 28, the Khartoum Coordination of the Resistance Committees proposed the “Charter for the Establishment of the People’s Authority”, setting forth a militant roadmap to democracy The long-awaited “Charter for the Establishment of the People’s Authority” was proposed by the Khartoum Coordination of Resistance Committees (RCs) in Sudan on Monday, February 28….

Conversations on the Sudan Coup

Kribsoo Diallo This interview was originally published on Toward Freedom. It’s part of a 2 of a two-part series on the Sudan coup. The first part can be read here. Certain interviewees chose to use their first name or initials because of security risks. Muzan Alneel, Marxist Political Activist and Blogger​_​_​_ Krisboo Diallo: What is your opinion about the…

Sudan: 76 Pro-Democracy Protesters Killed in Three Months

Pavan Kulkarni Red dye water cannons and tear gas used by Coup forces to disperse the crowds of protesters. Photo: Sudanese Resistance Committee Three more protesters were shot dead and dozens were wounded by the security forces during the country-wide demonstrations against the coup on January 24. Protesters continue to barricade several neighborhoods and main…

Revolutionaries Killed in Sudan

Sara Abbas Following the murder of revolutionaries this week, Sudan’s resistance committees called for civil disobedience and a general strike. Sara Abbas writes about the massacre of revolutionaries on 17 January. We also include the joint statement of the Khartoum State Resistance Committees Coordination. This week has been incredibly painful for Sudan. On Monday seven…

Seven Killed, Over a Hundred Wounded in Anti-Coup Protests in Sudan

Pavan Kulkarni A funeral procession for a protester killed on January 17 was broken up by security forces on January 18. Photo: Mohanad Hamid Mass strike and civil disobedience campaigns are underway in Sudan in rejection of the coup despite violent repression by security forces Seven more pro-democracy protesters were shot dead in Khartoum city by…

Resistance against Military Coup in Sudan Continues

Pavan Kulkarni (Photo: Herculesami/Twitter) Despite increasing violence by the security forces, the US and its regional and Western allies as well as the UN have been calling for a dialogue. However, “No Negotiation, No Compromise, No Power-sharing” remains the slogan on the streets The crackdown on the pro-democracy movement in Sudan continued on Saturday, January…