* To extinguish the fires of war, extinguish hotbeds of tension and establish peace in various parts of the world, in order to protect human rights and preserve their dignity, and to ward off the risks of natural disasters and food shortages, and to strengthen cooperation, coordination and integration among the countries of the world in the areas of development, health, education and the development of sciences for the benefit of security, peace and progress of mankind. The world is based on international and regional pacts protected by international law, and international and regional institutions and organizations, such as the United Nations, the African Union and the Arab League, are supposed to work to achieve the principles embodied in those charters. It is true that the United Nations and regional organizations all need fundamental reforms within the framework of a new world order that limits the dominance of polarity and achieves parity among states, small and large. This is an important discussion, but it is not the subject of this article, in which we will discuss the relationship of the international community and its institutions to what is happening in the third world countries, specifically in Sudan.
* We begin by repeating a previous reference to us in which we said that today we live in a world that does not accept isolation and isolation, a world governed by the inextricable laws of globalization, which provide fertile soil for the interactions and overlaps that we witness between the components of this world. This is an objective and inevitable phenomenon, and it always manifests itself under the heading of achieving security, peace and stability in the world. Hence the inevitability of the role of the international community and its contribution to the political scene in the countries of the third world, which is endemic to crises and political and social disasters. However, there are other factors that push the international community to contribute to addressing the political crises in our country, including those related to ensuring and protecting the interests of the first world, the driver and leader of the interactions of the international community, including, and perhaps the main factor, the inability of the national political forces and their failure to address crises that afflict the country to the point of exploding Wars and undermine stability, inside and outside the country. Perhaps this is our situation today in Sudan, which prompted the United Nations to launch an initiative through the UN “UNITAMS” mission charged with supporting the transitional period in Sudan. According to the initiative, the United Nations does not impose any specific mechanisms, proposals or agenda, but will leave that to the Sudanese themselves, but it will only play the role of facilitator and facilitator and harness all its capabilities to act as a platform that pushes the forces of change to sit with each other and achieve its unity in light of the fragmentation and fragmentation that It is suffering from it today, and then it agrees and unites it on the necessary steps to implement the tasks of the transitional period. The United Nations can also be among the braking mechanisms to prevent the country from sliding into the abyss. In this context, we must admit that the international community has provided great services to resolve political crises in many regions of the world. However, this recognition will not blind us from seeing the negative side of these services for the political scene in the third world countries.
* The therapeutic prescriptions that the international community has been providing to treat the explosive crises in our countries, always stem from preconceived ideas that are dominated by academic character and the power of interest, so they come with selective, partial, temporary and fragile solutions, addressing the apparent rather than the essence, so that the fragments of the crisis in these countries remain as they are, up-to-date Doodle explosions from time to time. Moreover, these recipes, and from the reality of the unfortunate effects of the events of September 11 and the subsequent campaigns to dry up the sources of terrorism, have been dominated by the idea of the priority of stability over democracy, ignoring the dialectical relationship between the two, and the imposition of a special standard for third world countries that lowers the ceiling of the aspirations of their aspiring peoples. democracy and human rights, and it stems from the premise that these countries are not ready to receive full democracy..!
* At the beginning of the millennium, the international community threw all its weight into Sudan, presenting its theses to remedy the political crisis and stop the civil war. The Sudanese people have been waiting with anxious hope for the results of the movements of the spectrum of envoys, political scientists and international conflict resolution, between the resorts of Machakos, Naivasha and Addis Ababa, all of which are linked to a hot and direct line with Washington and New York, thinking that they might stop the civil war, achieve democratic transformation and national reconciliation, and preserve the country’s unity. . However, neither the war has stopped, nor has the democratic transition been achieved, nor has the country’s unity been preserved! Rather, the results came with new complications in our political reality, adding a new component to the components of the “evil circle” that is already endemic in the country! At that time, we had a strong feeling that the international community was not concerned with the concepts and perceptions of unity within the framework of diversity, and deliberately turned a blind eye to the potential power that these concepts and perceptions produce in creating systems and institutions that accommodate everyone and limit the tyranny of ethnic and religious conflict.
* Briefly, as long as the country is in a severe crisis and threatens to explode, which will affect security and stability regionally and internationally, especially in light of what is going on in our geopolitical environment, and as long as we are still in the grip of differences, fragmentation and political inability to prevent this collapse and its internal and external effects, the international community And the regional will continue to make contributions to solve our crises. Of course, no sane person can reject these contributions, but he must consciously differentiate between their objectivity and inevitability in light of the relations of globalization, and the content of the solutions contained therein, knowing that the remedy for our crises lies within the country and will not come from outside. Of course also, we do not neglect the international and regional community’s pursuit of its own interests associated with achieving global stability, drying up the sources of terrorism and ensuring the flow of economic transactions. Rather, we acknowledge, understand and cooperate in all of this. However, what we would like to say, with all firmness, is that the interests of the outside cannot be at the expense of the interests of our people. As we have repeatedly said, the politician who continues to wait for the contributions of the international and regional community without his contributions being an insult, and without taking caution so that these contributions do not come at the expense of the interests of his people, is an untrustworthy politician.
Quoted from Al-Quds Al-Arabi