We have been following with concern the shrinking of democratic space in #Tanzania, with worrying reports of intimidation, harassment, arbitrary arrests & physical attacks against political opponents, journalists, women rights defenders & other activists: https://t.co/UPXTZOmufV pic.twitter.com/AbLXroruF8
— UN Human Rights (@UNHumanRights) October 27, 2020
Following Sudan's revolution over a year ago, a peace agreement has been signed and political changes are taking shape with increasing speed. But attention must be directed to elements that can make or break peace in Sudan, including dealing with past atrocities, centre-periphery relations and the role of the military in nation building. In this eighth part of our series, we explore how Sudan's peace determines the stability in the Red Sea basin.