News / / 02.06.20

USIP: What Happens When Sudan is Removed from the U.S. Terror List?

Its been nearly a year since Sudan’s longtime dictator, Omar al-Bashir, was ousted from power. As the country moves to transition to democracy, its civilian government and Sudanese civil society have called on the U.S. government to remove Khartoum from the State Sponsors of Terrorism (SST) list. The Sentry’s Hilary Mossberg and John Prendergast recently argued that although delisting is an important for Sudan’s transition, it is just one of multiple steps needed—from both the U.S. and Sudan—in order for pro-democracy forces to achieve their goals. Mossberg and Prendergast explain what the actual impact of delisting would be and what Sudan’s government can do to get there.

Click here to read the article on the USIP website featuring a Q&A of The Sentry’s co-founder John Prendergast and AML/CFT Advisor for Africa Hilary Mossberg.