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The Fate of Sudan
The Origins and Consequences of a Flawed Peace Process

 

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The Fate of Sudan
The Origins and Consequences of a Flawed Peace Process

by John Young (Author)

 

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ISBN: 9781780323251

 

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The Fate of Sudan: The Origins and Consequences of a Flawed Peace Process by John Young (Paperback) (ISBN: 9781780323251)

The Fate of Sudan argues forcefully that the birth of the independent state of Southern Sudan and the threat of further dismemberment of a rump northern Sudan are due to the failure of the approaches and ideologies of the main Sudanese parties, as well as a deeply flawed US-backed peace process that excludes civil society and other rebel groups.


In 2005, the Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) ended one of Africa's most devastating civil wars and set the stage for the partition of Sudan, Africa's largest country. One of the most important peace agreements in African history, it has had decisive consequences for the entire Horn of Africa. Yet to date there has been little rigorous analysis as to why the parties signed the CPA, what strategies they adopted having signed the agreement, and the political consequences of state partition actually are. In The Fate of Sudan, John Young argues forcefully that the birth of the independent state of Southern Sudan and the threat of further dismemberment of a rump northern Sudan are due to the failure of the approaches and ideologies of the main Sudanese parties, as well as a deeply flawed US-backed peace process that excludes civil society and other rebel groups. Written by someone directly involved in the Sudanese election and referendum processes, and featuring a wealth of first-hand evidence, this is a crucial examination of a topic of intense political and media interest.


 

ISBN 1780323255
ISBN13 9781780323251
Publisher Zed Books Ltd
Format Paperback
Publication date 30/08/2012
Pages 208
Weight (grammes) 499
Published in United Kingdom
Height (mm) 216
Width (mm) 138

Preface Introduction: The Failures of Liberal Peacemaking in Sudan 1. Protagonists and Peace Partners: The NCP and the SPLM 2. A Flawed Approach to Peacemaking 3. Dispensing with Democracy: The April 2010 Elections 4. Confirming the Inevitable: The January 2011 Referendum 5. The Three Areas: Blue Nile, Southern Kordofan, and Abyei 6. A Changing Landscape: Political Transitions in South and North Sudan Conclusion: The Legacy of a Flawed Peace Process Postscript Notes References Index