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01-18-2018, 04:15 PM
خالد حسن سملتود
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Sudanese government should upgrade the NISS and subdivide it into two subsets; National intelligenc

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    As we all recognize the significance of any intelligence agency as the robust arm of the state in thwarting and defusing the international and domestic political tensions whether triggered by natural or man-made crises. However, since any intelligence organization is the key protector of the state and its citizens against the external threats and national crises, governments should take strategic actions to reform the security and intelligence agencies to keep abreast of the dynamic national and international threats that could pose serious setbacks to the integrity of the ruling governments.
    United states of America and in the aftermath of the cold war and more specifically after the attacks of 11/9 took a responsive and strategic actions to overhaul the security and intelligence system to build robust security organizations that are evidently capable of thwarting and predicting the potential threats and to never repeat its fatal mistakes which were the reasons behind these attacks due to the lack of strategic information and security warning to preempt terrorist attacks. Considering these American overhauls to its key intelligence agencies to thwart potential and inimical threats, I would expect that countries could pursue this strategy in bolstering their security infrastructures to have up-to-date intelligence institutions that are actually capable of preserving its integrity to foil any foreign conspiracies and plots that target and compromise the national security.
    United States of America took landmark approaches in reconstructing its national intelligence and was successful in dividing its intelligence institutions into broad subsets; The NIA (National Intelligence Agency) and CIA (Central Intelligence Agency). NIA encompasses all the security organizations that fall under one unified agency, including CI, operating the competent analysis approach, which means finding out skillful and fully educated security operators and agents capable of analyzing intelligence away from parochialism and limited knowledge. Once the state has significant numbers of intelligence analyzers and professional intelligence collectors, this would conspicuously safeguard the entire security of the nation, as well as engendering powerful fleet of militarized agents to deter the potential threats, including political, social, economic or strategic menaces in the state. Sudan is currently witnessing countless foreign conspiracies and plots that are posing real threats against the national security of the country, including the potential proxy wars and increasing challenges, including the regional conspiracies that are solely dedicated to overthrow the Khartoum regime!!. These regional upheavals along with the internal economic crisis require the introduction of novelty strategies in terms of security and intelligence and the parameters to counter any internal or external threat that could potentially compromise the stability of Sudan. Broadly speaking, counter-intelligence resources in Sudan should be bolstered and enhanced in the light of this crisis hopping and the escalation of insurgency in different war-torn regions in Sudan. Sudan is not only encountering internal security threats like rebel movements, but also external threats from regional neighboring countries (potential water warfare, border skirmishes etc.).
    The last events that transpired in Sudan and more notably in the eastern borders which prompted Sudanese government to dispatch thousands of military forces to Kasala and the eastern borderlines indicate that the regime in Khartoum should focus on the security apparatuses as well. Any country can’t win the war or vanquish the hostile external elements only through mobilizing the Army, because the current security caveats in Sudan require the mobilization of Intelligence assets and operate key human intelligence to counter any potential threats coming from outside, since this human resources when become well versed of the counter intelligence affairs, would provide precious security information to the policy makers in the country. Nevertheless, and in the aftermath of the last visit of the Turkish president to Sudan, the country faced regional criticisms and indecent media reports against this visit and Egypt promised that it will never keep silent while the government in Khartoum is pursuing the strategies of Turkey in establishing the old Ottoman Empire!!.
    Based on these critical developments and the political upheaval whether regionally or locally, the Sudanese government should act immediately to subdivide its intelligence institutions into two subsets, one is (Sudanese national Intelligence and Security Service known as SNISS) and Sudanese Central Intelligence Service known as SCI). The former agency should be solely dedicated to conduct intelligence and counterintelligence operations and extensity its counterintelligence operation on all suspected areas in Khartoum and all Sudanese cities. The war is now focused on intelligence collection and preempts the internal and regional crisis and challenges. There are numerous hostile espionage activities operating in Sudan and its marginal regions carried out by inimical elements waged by hostile countries, including Egypt and Eritrea. There is now a tacit collusion between Egypt, Eritrea and the rebel movements to escalate their espionage activities in Sudan through applying and recruiting inimical agents and elements. The Government is Khartoum needs to overhaul its security institutions as soon as possible to counter these potential threats through operating high qualified staff who are capable of analyzing information and conducting counter intelligence operations to expose the hatched conspiracies directed against Sudan.
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