Catalogue


Civil war in the Sudan /
edited by M.W. Daly and Ahmad Alawad Sikainga.
imprint
London ; New York : British Academic Press : Distributed by St. Martin's Press in the United States of America and Canada, 1993.
description
x, 220 p. ; 22 cm.
ISBN
1850435154
format(s)
Book
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imprint
London ; New York : British Academic Press : Distributed by St. Martin's Press in the United States of America and Canada, 1993.
isbn
1850435154
catalogue key
440498
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.
A Look Inside
Summaries
Main Description
This is a comprehensive survey of the Sudanese Civil War. It traces its origins and sets out the problems of nationality/ethnicity that have led to the demise of one of the largest and most important states in Africa. The contents include an introduction to the political and economic background to the Civil War, an analysis of underdevelopment in Southern Sudan since independence, a study of the possibilities of constitutional discourse in the area, and a chapter on the foundation and expansion of the Sudan's People Liberation Army.
Table of Contents
Broken bridge and empty basket - the political and economic background of the Sudanese Civil War
The politics of Southern self-government - 1972-83
The underdevelopment of the Southern Sudan since independence
Northern Sudanese political parties and the Civil War
Constitutional discourse and the Civil War in the Sudan
The foundation and expansion of the Sudan People's Liberation Army
Some comments on militias in contemporary Sudan
Starving out the south - 1984-9
Hidden agendas in the peace process
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