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Russia, America, and Sudan

Mohammed Saad Kamel

The First Deputy Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo’s visit to Russia will occur soon, and if our expectations are proven to be true, this can be considered a correction of the situation in Sudan and a great opportunity for balancing the international forces controlling Sudan.

America, as always, has unjustly appointed itself as the guardian of Sudan and the whole world.

Centers of Power are strategically concentrated areas in the world in which political, economic, cultural, and social influence prevails for some time, and thus defines a specific era of history. During the first civilization, this was limited to the civilization itself, while in the present era the terms First World, Second World, and Third World are usually used to describe the differences between forces by nationality and region.

In this Dan Kovalik reminds us in a book he previously published that it is Washington that has been interfering in the elections of other countries, manipulating democratic processes for decades, and spending billions for this. In his book, he calls on the American elite to stop interfering in state affairs, spending on development, and effectively promoting democracy, instead of waging wars under these slogans. American colonialism, or as it is known as American imperialism, consists of policies aimed at expanding the political, economic, and cultural influence of the United States to include areas outside its borders. They may include military conquest, diplomatic action, unequal treaties, U.S. government support for favored factions, economic penetration through private companies, followed by diplomatic or coercive intervention when those interests are threatened, or regime change.

This is how America has been doing in Sudan since independence through blatant interference in its internal affairs.

The Government of Sudan should find different friends to balance diplomatic relations.

A few months ago, the Minister of Livestock Resources, Hafez Ibrahim, opened new markets for Sudanese livestock for fear of falling into the trap of complete control of his ministry by certain countries. Why does the Sudanese government not do what Hafez al-Wazir did?

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