Khartoum in isolation

Scott, Roddy
March 1997
Middle East;Mar97, Issue 265, p15
Examines the political condition of Khartoum, Sudan under the Islamic government as it faces isolation from its neighbors. Activities of the unified opposition forces in Sudan; American role in Sudan's affairs.


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