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An occasional podcast from the editors of World Politics Review, a daily publication featuring news and commentary on foreign policy, national security and international affairs.-Sudans coalition government lies in ruin. The former rebel Sudan Peoples Liberation Movement yanked its ministers out of the government on Oct. 11. It originally joined its former foes in Khartoum after the two sides signed a comprehensive peace agreement in 2005.

The Sudanese diaspora is worried about this turn of events. Asha Arabis mother is from the south and her father is from the north. Shes now a graduate student at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, and she spoke to WPR Contributor Blake Lambert about her countrys crisis.

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