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Title:[Sudan]
Editor:Taha, Fadwa Rahman Ali
Year:2010
Periodical:International Journal of African Renaissance Studies (ISSN 1818-6874)
Volume:5
Issue:1
Pages:1-224
Language:English
Geographic terms:Sudan
South Sudan
Nile River
Subjects:African agreements
peace treaties
political conditions
boundaries
Nuba
Darfur conflict
criminal law
dams
resettlement
conference papers (form)
2009
Link:https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/rars20/5/1
Abstract:The International Sudan Studies Conference (2009) interrogated the current reality and the future of Sudan from multidisciplinary perspectives against the backdrop of the implementation of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA). Presentations and discussions were organized around six thematic pillars: the CPA, achievements, challenges and threats for its implementation; history, culture, identity and human development; governance, electoral processes, democracy and human and peoples' rights; issues of statehood and nation-building; Darfur as epitome of the Sudan situation?; and regional and international correlations and dimensions of the Sudan situation, the role of the African Union, the Arab League and external factors. This special issue contains a selection of papers presented at the conference. Contents: Articles: Between past, present and future: the Sudan's role as a middle-stream country (in the Nile Basin) (Fadwa Rahman Ali Taha); Institutional reform and political party engagement: challenges to democratic transformation in post-CPA Sudan (Abdel Salam Sidahmed); Border battle line (demarcation of the North-South boundary) (Douglas H. Johnson; The CPA and the questions of identity, territory and political destiny of the indigenous Nuba of the Sudan (Guma Kunda Komey Kalo); Contextualising the 'responsibility to protect' in Darfur (Jide Martyns Okeke) - The International Criminal Court and the Darfur crimes: the dilemma of peace and supra-national criminal justice (Mohamed Abdel Salam Babiker) - The role of language in negotiating power in the Sudan (El-Sadig Yahya Abdallah Ezza and Amir Mohammad Salih Libis); From assimilation to confrontation: macro- and micro-level processes of acculturation and cultural pluralism in the Blue Nile region, the Sudan (Khalil Abdalla Al Medani); Antithesis: the reconstruction of the African Union for a viable and sustainable solution for the unity of Africans (Bankie Forster Bankie); Imbizo: SPLM-NCP (Sudan People's Liberation Movement/National Congress Party) asymmetrical power relations jeopardise the implementation of the CPA and the future of the Sudan (Peter Adwok Nyaba); The dams of Northern Sudan and the policy of demographic engineering (Muhammad Jalal Hashim); The regional outcome of the CPA five years down the road: are external forces playing a progressive role? (George Onyango Katete; The need to improve the living conditions of women in Nuba Mountains, Southern Kordofan (Asha Abdel Rahim). [ASC Leiden abstract]
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