Archive for the Category: South Sudan

Ecology, Politics and Violent Conflict

Ecology, Politics and Violent Conflict by Dr Mohamed Suliman It was the year 1998. The famine in southern Sudan was threatening the lives of more than half a million people, especially in Bahr El Ghazal Province. The famine provoked a serious debate about its causes. Most commentators in the United Kingdom accused the war of […]

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The Horn of Turbulence: Identifying the Root Causes of Conflict and the Appropriate Instruments for Peace Building as a Precondition for Sustainable Conflict Resolution.

The Horn of Turbulence: Identifying the Root Causes of Conflict and the Appropriate Instruments for Peace Building as a Precondition for Sustainable Conflict Resolution. Axel Klein, Institute for African Alternatives. “Resource Scarcity and Conflict Management in the Horn of Africa” A Research Project organised by the Institute For African Alternatives (IFAA), UK and funded by […]

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Oil and the Civil War in the Sudan by Dr Mohamed Suliman

Oil and the Civil War in the Sudan First let me take you back to the year 1998. The famine in southern Sudan was threatening the lives of more than half a million people, especially in Bahr El Ghazal Province. The famine provoked a serious debate into its causes. Most commentators in the United Kingdom […]

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