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Perhaps most importantly, I have been reconnecting with my family and friends after several years away. I look forward to sharing thoughts and reflections on the issues I intend to explore from there.
For the moment I am in Cairo covering this period of unrest surrounding the draft constitution. Below is a short piece in which I share a few photos and some reflections of what the week has been like. More soon. Insurgencies, and operations to suppress them, are invariably horrific. They are especially so in a rogue state like Sudan where the government thinks little of banning journalists, aid workers and other potentially mitigating watchdogs.
During my time there, I made numerous trips to border regions where I observed various aspects of the conflicts in question. The latter controls the air space and uses that advantage to carry out wildly inaccurate, albeit regular and frightening, aerial assaults on rebel territory. Through its ability to regulate legal access, the government is also able to severely limit humanitarian assistance.
The rebels, who are in and of the people, exploit the asymmetric nature of the fight by controlling the hinterlands, staging hit-and-run ambushes and fighting elusively. In this regard, the dynamics on the ground are typical of insurgencies. Where things get complicated is the broader context in which these battles occur.
Following the secession of the South in , the populations in Blue Nile and the Nuba Mountains, elements of which have been mobilized against Khartoum for decades, found themselves in a precarious and frustrating position: isolated from their former southern allies and under the enduringly harsh rule of the NCP.