Diplomatic initiatives led by Western actors have counter-productively entrenched the anti-democratic forces now fighting for control in Sudan. To drive real change, the West needs to empower Sudan’s democratic movement and undermine the power of armed factions.
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The Pacific Scorecard: How Has Penny Wong Fared in Her First Year as Foreign Minister?
24 May 2023
With Foreign Minister Penny Wong at the forefront of foreign policy, the Albanese government has set a strong standard for rebuilding diplomatic ties with Australia's nearest neighbors. In moving forward, the government should be careful not to treat all relations within the security context that has dominated foreign relations so far.