One year ago, the mass mobilization of Sudanese civil society led to Omar al-Bashir’s removal from office, marking the end of one of the longest-ruling regimes in Africa. The aftermath of the revolution saw the unfolding of a social, political and economic crisis with a growing risk of violent destabilization. The outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic and the changing priorities of external actors are adding further uncertainty to the country's future. Sudan’s fragile health system is struggling to cope with the pandemic, while the nation’s economy is on the verge of collapse and humanitarian needs are growing. What transformations have occurred in post-Bashir Sudan so far? What are the prospects for a successful democratic transition? How will the country reshape its role in an evolving regional and international context?