Jonas Horner Former Deputy Project Director, Horn of Africa & Senior Analyst, Sudan Please submit all media inquiries to email@example.com or call +32 (0) 2 536 00 71 In The News 11 Dec 2021 Aid [for Sudan] should be wielded in a way that doesn’t have the military pocketing it or taking credit for it. Al Jazeera Jonas Horner Former Deputy Project Director, Horn of Africa & Senior Analyst, Sudan 22 Nov 2021 The [Sudanese] military has shown its cards, it's clearly not seeking to deliver on the transition that people had called for during Sudan’s revolution in 2018-2019. VOA Jonas Horner Former Deputy Project Director, Horn of Africa & Senior Analyst, Sudan 17 Nov 2021 There is increasing prospect of the military [in Sudan] splintering and dividing as some sections of junior officers may begin siding with protestors. Al-Monitor Jonas Horner Former Deputy Project Director, Horn of Africa & Senior Analyst, Sudan 11 Nov 2021 The military [in Sudan] clearly feels little constraint to expanding its powers from either the street or international stakeholders. Bloomberg Jonas Horner Former Deputy Project Director, Horn of Africa & Senior Analyst, Sudan 28 Oct 2021 They [Sudanese military] misunderstand the will on the street quite to their detriment. I think they are badly advised by regional powers supportive on this and uneasy by the prospect of transition. Reuters Jonas Horner Former Deputy Project Director, Horn of Africa & Senior Analyst, Sudan 15 Oct 2021 [The] completion of Sudan’s transition to a civilian government would imperil the military’s tight hold over the economy and its impunity over abuses during and after the Bashir years. Al-Monitor Jonas Horner Former Deputy Project Director, Horn of Africa & Senior Analyst, Sudan Latest Updates Q&A / Africa 5 November 2021 After the Coup, Restoring Sudan’s Transition Mass protests have erupted throughout Sudan following the 25 October coup, prompting backlash from the security forces. In this Q&A, Crisis Group expert Jonas Horner outlines de-escalatory moves that could reinstate the constitutional order – and reset the country’s transition. Podcast / Africa 29 October 2021 The Military’s Dangerous Power Grab in Sudan This week on Hold Your Fire!, Richard Atwood and Naz Modirzadeh talk to Crisis Group experts Jonas Horner and Murithi Mutiga about the military coup in Sudan that has upended the country’s transition and heightened risks of violence. Podcast / Africa 2 November 2020 Sudan's U.S. Terror Delisting: Too Little, Too Late? Sudan's transition is in deep trouble, and Crisis Group’s Sudan expert Jonas Horner explains why on this week’s episode of The Horn. President Trump’s recent promise to remove Sudan from the U.S. list of state sponsors of terrorism may not be enough to mitigate the spiralling economic crisis. Podcast / Africa 15 April 2020 The Political Fallout of the Pandemic The Horn of Africa faces myriad crises. Beyond the potentially devastating impact of COVID-19 on politics and the economy, the region is grappling with deeply troubled transitions, cross-border jihadism and remains a playground for great power competition. This week on The Horn, Host Alan Boswell joins five Crisis Group analysts to analyse the pandemic's political and economic implications.