identifier S0002
Mohamed Suliman

18 Years of Civil War in the Sudan by Dr Mohamed Suliman

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Date 2001
Research Paper
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Note Coverage area; Eritrea, Ethiopia, Somalia and Sudan
Description "The government controls most towns in the South while the Sudanese People's Liberation Army (SPLA) controls most of the country-side. During the last 9 years, over 1m people perished, and about as many left their homes fleeing the war and famine and huge tracts of land have been devastated. Yet, peace is still as elusive as ever, while the misery is consistently being compounded. Everything has been turbulent and in flux and yet appears to have stayed the same - with the exception of the menacing factor of the growing oil wealth and its implication on duration and intensity of the war. "
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Note Paper presented at the Conference of IFAA, London
Civil war in the Sudan
Subject Sudanese People's Liberation Army
Conflicts, History, Sudan
Subject Conflicts, Horn of Africa
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Institute For African Alternatives
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