John Hursh

John Hursh (@JohnHursh) served as Director of Research at the Stockton Center for International Law and Editor-in-Chief of International Law Studies at the U.S. Naval War College from 2017 to 2020. Previously, he was a Policy Analyst for the Enough Project, where he focused on Sudan.

Articles by this author:

Leaving the War in Yemen: The Mostly Good, the Bad, and the Muddled

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Feb 17th, 2021

Ethiopia’s Tigray Crisis: Escalating Violence and Mass Displacement Threaten Ethiopian and Regional Security

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Nov 25th, 2020

Let’s Make a Deal: How to Mitigate the Risk of Hypersonic Weapons

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May 6th, 2020

Sudan Takes Two Big Steps toward Normalizing Relations: USS Cole and Bashir

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Feb 21st, 2020

“Freedom, Peace, and Justice”: The Surprising Success of Sudan’s Glorious Revolution

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Dec 19th, 2019

After Sudan’s Attacks on Protesters, Crucial Next Steps for the U.S.

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Jun 28th, 2019

As Sudan Deadline Looms, a Playbook for a Massacre

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Jun 27th, 2019

Amid Protest Plans, South Sudan Peace Deal Teeters After Leaders Miss Deadline

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May 14th, 2019

After Bashir, Sudanese People Continue Fight for Democracy and Accountability

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Apr 29th, 2019

Ouster of Sudan’s Bashir Is Only the Beginning

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Apr 12th, 2019

“Just fall, that is all!” Is Sudan on the Brink of Change?

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Feb 25th, 2019

How Will Nikki Haley’s Resignation Affect U.S. Policy Towards Africa?

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Oct 24th, 2018

Will South Sudan’s New Peace Agreement Last?

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Oct 4th, 2018

Squandered Opportunity?—Despite New Agreement, South Sudan’s Civil War Continues

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Jul 9th, 2018

Can Humanitarian Assistance Be an Obstacle to Peace? The Example of South Sudan

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May 29th, 2018

Deadlock: Despite U.S. Pressure, South Sudan Peace Process Remains Stalled

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Feb 28th, 2018

Sanctions No More: Slouching Toward Normalization with Sudan?

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Dec 4th, 2017

South Sudan: The Crisis Continues

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Sep 8th, 2017

Not So Fast: Trump Administration Continues U.S. Sanctions Toward Sudan

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Jul 21st, 2017

Regional Leaders Must Prioritize Accountability in South Sudan

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Jun 16th, 2017

Army Chief is Fired in South Sudan: A Turning Point for Peace?

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Jun 1st, 2017

The Enemy of My Enemy Is a State Sponsor of Terrorism: the US, Sudan, and the Yemen War

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Apr 6th, 2017