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After the Vote: Challenges and Opportunities for a Two-State Sudan

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Published on Feb 25, 2011

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On Thursday, February 17th the Pulitzer Center hosted a panel discussion, "After the Vote: Challenges and Opportunities for a Two-State Sudan," in the Linder Family Commons on the campus of The George Washington University. The featured panelists were Pulitzer Center journalist Rebecca Hamilton and experts Jon Temin and Cameron Hudson. The panelists provided a unique perspective on the current status of Sudan after the vote for independence in January and on the future of the two new nations. In addition to the panelists, Fathelrahman Ali, the acting chargé d'affaires of the Embassy of the Republic of the Sudan and Ezekiel Lol Gatkuoth, the head of mission of the Government of Southern Sudan in the United States, addressed the necessity of cooperation and peace to ensure success for the two nations.

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