Magnus Taylor

Magnus Taylor

Former Analyst, Horn of Africa
London, UK

In The News

8 Mar 2018
While [Sudan] wants to show [its] independence from Egypt on the diplomatic front, [it] can’t afford to have a more powerful enemy, such as Egypt, that can affect [its] r... MadaMasr

Magnus Taylor

Former Analyst, Horn of Africa
11 Feb 2018
[Salah Abdallah Mohammed Salih] may be seen [by Sudan's President] as a strong guy who could handle the difficult political situation given the recent protests. AFP

Magnus Taylor

Former Analyst, Horn of Africa
3 Dec 2017
This is a dangerous moment [for Sudan]. By taking out [Darfur's powerful militia chief] Musa Hilal, [Khartoum] has pitched two Darfuri Arab clans against each other. AFP

Magnus Taylor

Former Analyst, Horn of Africa
10 Oct 2017
[After the lifting of U.S. sanctions in Sudan] there’s been a lot of excitement among the Sudanese middle classes, even for things like getting a cinema. The sanctions ha... The Hill

Magnus Taylor

Former Analyst, Horn of Africa
7 Oct 2017
It is appropriate to offer Sudan incentives and the beginning of a way back to a kind of international order from which it was thoroughly expelled. They had made enough p... The New York Times

Magnus Taylor

Former Analyst, Horn of Africa
6 Oct 2017
Sudan is moving towards being reintegrated into the community of acceptable nations. They’re on this ladder, albeit a low rung, but they’re climbing. Financial Times

Magnus Taylor

Former Analyst, Horn of Africa

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