Archives for posts with tag: Heglig

Blog Report: SUDAN, SOUTH SUDAN SANCTIONS? By, Ambassador Mo
UN Security Council adopted a rather direct resolution on Sudan & South Sudan which outlined specific demands of the two countries now engaged in cycles of conflict & left open threat of sanctions. By deeming current situation “a serious threat to international peace & security,” UNSC left open option for further measures, including Chapter VII which allows for sanctions or even military measures. –More–
http://diplomaticallyincorrect.org/blog_post/sudan-south-sudan-sanctions/51548Image

Blog Report: CHINA SUDAN KINGMAKER? By Ambassador Mo
China needs Sudan/South Sudan oil, but also both South Sudan & Sudan depend on Beijing for the revenues & infrastructure to extract the oil. Khartoum was already dependent upon Beijing for political & military support in view that its top leaders had been indicted by the ICC  & isolated from western democracies as consequence of years of civil war & crimes against own people. –More–
http://diplomaticallyincorrect.org/blog_post/china-sudan-kingmaker/51129Image

ImageTHE TWO SUDANS – SEPARATION YIELDS MORE OF WAR, LESS PEACE, By Ambassador Mo
“The last thing the people of these two countries need is another war – a war that could claim countless lives, destroy hope & ruin the prospects of peace & stability & prosperity of all Sudanese people,” UN SG Ban Ki-moon warned as tensions between the two countries erupted into full-scale conflict over the last few weeks. –More–
http://diplomaticallyincorrect.org/blog_post/the-two-sudans-separation-yields-more-of-war-less-peace/50827