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Unpublished Paper
Impacts of Tribal and Economic Factors on Civil Conflict between North and South Sudan
Munich University Liberary, Germany (2011)
  • Professor Issam A.W. Mohamed

The crisis of Greater Darfur Region of Sudan extends to other regions as the South Sudan prepares for secession next July 2011. In the past eight years Sudan's crisis in Darfur was amplified by global news media all over the world. Civil conflict erupted, developed into armed rebellions and open uncontrolled war that enveloped the whole region. The current inflamed undecided and unmarked future borders between the south and north are also facing growing tensions. In this current paper we present some information on what we see as the seeds of conflicts with complicated tribal structures in both sides and expected disputes on land, borders and resources.

  • Sudan,
  • Civil Conflict,
  • Tribalism,
  • Secession
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I Professor Dr. Issam AW Mohamed verify that I am the author of this paper and have the legal right to deposit it here. The paper was written two years ago and updated twice. Though it is limited in its data however, it revealed a vision of what Sudan shall be, and it became. Divided, disintergrated and on its it way to be divided to six or eight separate countries. Nothing can save it except the demise of the present regime which seems hanging to totalitarian power.
Citation Information
Professor Issam A.W. Mohamed. "Impacts of Tribal and Economic Factors on Civil Conflict between North and South Sudan" Munich University Liberary, Germany (2011)
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