It is a fool...

...who rejoices, when the neighbour is in trouble. This ancient Sudanese saying sounds as if it has been invented to mark 9 July 2011, the day when South Sudan becomes the world’s newest state. Simultaneously, North Sudan will become a new state, too. On the occasion of this historic double birthday, journalists from both new countries have asked themselves challenging questions: What do we have in common? What are our differences? What will happen to us now? These themes form the backbone of this newspaper, a bilingual publication which is so inspired by the prospect of two Sudans that even The Nile appears in plural in its title.

Enter houses through their doors...
A fool will not even find water in the Nile!
Nobody has been sent to see...
Experience is a solid walking stick...
The Sudan Referendum and Neighbouring Countries: Egypt ... - PRIO
When two elephants fight...
The children of the land scatter like birds escaping a burning sky...
Those who have no fence around their land...
Sud Sudan - Inglese.pages - Misna
Transformation of the Sudanese establishment for a New Sudan B ...
Decisions and Deadlines: A Critical Year for Sudan
SOUTHERN SUDANESE ARABIC AND THE CHURCHES - Hal-SHS
Sudan's Secession Crisis - Hudson Institute
South Sudan, the Newest Nation, Is Full of Hope and Problems
A Country Study: Sudan - Disasters and Conflicts
LESSON 42 A VISIT TO SUDAN - Outreach World
Sudan - COMPAS - University of Oxford
Sudan's Ticking Time Bombs - Middle East Forum
media landscape guide about South Sudan - Internews
Hearing on Sudan - Elliott School of International Affairs
Foreign policy trends in Southern Sudan - Dr. John Gai Yoh
Sudan: Stabilization and Reconstruction - CEM Part - index
Education Guide - Meridian International Center