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Sudan: Defining the North South Border

16 September 2010: President Obama's participation in high-level talks on Sudan next week in New York is adding momentum to what many are calling a 'make or break' moment for the beleaguered nation. In January, Sudan will hold a referendum to decide whether the semi-autonomous South will split from the rest of the country. Zach Vertin, Crisis Group's Horn of Africa Analyst, explains why the border demarcation has been delayed for more than five years and what defining the border will mean for North and South Sudan.

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