The government of Sudan is moving forward with a new strategy for Darfur that prioritizes nationalization, returns, development and reduced international involvement. While the strategy has some elements that are noteworthy, there is little chance that it will bring peace and stability to Darfur for two reasons: one, because it is not built on a realistic vision of the current state of Darfur; and two, because its core function is to mask the government’s true intentions for the region.
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