SMART PARTNERSHIP IN ACTION: SUDAN'S FOREIGN POLICY TOWARDS MALAYSIA 1989-1999

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Osama Ahmed Idrous Ahmed

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When the army came to power in 1989, many observers recognized it not only as a reaction to the critical situation in the country, like its predecessor coups, but also as a change from "old politics" to "new politics". The Revolutionary Command Council of National Salvation" RCC-NS" was signifying an alternative to civilian mismanagement, but with a definite ideology. Internally, under Omar al-Bashir, all the secular institutions were dissolved and the government started a Comprehensive Call program for Islamization that encompasses all aspects of life.

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