Fragmented Futures in Sudan

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It is difficult to write the present as if it was history. Ola Hassanain nonetheless attempts to provide us with an account of the unfolding situation in Sudan, where protesters against the October 25, 2021 military coup risk their lives in the streets. She reflects on the quasi-continuous military regime and what civilian lives (and deaths) mean in this political context.

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A banner reads “No Partnership, No negotiation, No legitimacy” during the Sudanese protests against the military coup. / Merowe Resistance Committee (December 2021).