Written: 2020 | Published: February 18, 2021 | Sherif Mohyeldeen
The Egypt-Sudan Border: A Story of Unfulfilled Promise
Since Sudan’s independence in 1956, its border relations with Egypt have been characterized more by mutual suspicion than by peaceful exchange. This legacy has been exacerbated over the decades by myriad obstacles and conflicts, particularly over the disputed Halayeb triangle, even if both sides did try to improve relations after Egypt’s uprising in 2011. Border communities, suffering from this reality, have pushed for improved ties, but mistrust has prevailed to the detriment of both countries.
This report was originally published by the Carnegie Middle East Center.
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