International Crisis Group, Africa Report No 228
Rather than distance itself from IGAD, the international community needs to support a realistic, regionally-centred strategy to end the war, underpinned by coordinated threats and inducements. Supporting IGAD-PLUS' efforts to get the parties' agreement on a final peace deal in the coming weeks is the best - if imperfect - chance to end the conflict and prevent further regionalisation, argues the International Crisis Group in this report.
Small Arms Survey, HSBA
Sudan has become a significant arms manufacturer in Africa. This report from Small Arms Survey documents what is known about Sudan's Military Industry Corporation
Luka B. Deng Kuol
Given the enormous challenges facing Juba, South Sudan has to forge a new courtship in China. As part of its new diplomatic outreach, the Vice President will visit China towards the end of this month. As this visit has been cautiously arranged by Chinese Communist Party rather than by the Government of China, Juba will have an uphill task to be successful with its new courtship in China, writes Luka B. Deng Kuol.
China’s growing role in Africa has received substantial attention, not least in Sudan and South Sudan, where decades of conflict and instability hav ...
Amanda Hsiao, The Enough Project, May 2012
There is a perceptible shift within the leadership in Juba toward disengagement with Sudan.
Council on Foreign Relations Blog Post, 26 April 2012
Interview with Jendayi Frazer, former U.S. assistant secretary of state for African affairs.
International Crisis Group Alert, 18 April 2012
First priority is a security deal that stops both the fighting between the North and the South, as well as Khartoum and the SRF, but for this to hold it must also be clearly linked to binding commitments to discuss and implement political reforms.
International Crisis Group, Africa Report N°186 - 4 April 2012
The Chinese are trying to balance new friends in Juba with old friends in Khartoum. The oil standoff is of the urgent issues that need to be confronted.
Amnesty International Briefing Paper, Feb 2012
Arms sales from China and Russia are fuelling serious human rights violations in Darfur, Amnesty International says.
Omer Ismail and Annette LaRocco, Enough Project Report, Jan 2012
Examining some of the two countries' most important neighbors and regional relationships.
Saferworld Report, January 2012
With in-depth case studies from Sudan and South Sudan.
Daniel Large and Luke Patey, DIIS Working Paper 2010:36
China is in a unique position to promote a peaceful transition.
Report N°153 - 9 June 2008, International Crisis Group
Human Rights First report, March 2008
Dan Large, ISS Paper 158 February 2008
Research paper from the Institute of Security Studies no. 158, February 2008, by Daniel Large
Sudan Issue Brief no. 7, July 2007. Human Security Basline Assessment, Small Arms Survey
Sudan Tribune article, 15th September 2006
Security Council expands mandate of UN mission in Sudan to include Darfur. Adopting resolution 1706 by vote OF 12 IN favour, with 3 abstaining (China, Russia and Qatar). August 31, 2006
Security Council expands mandate of UN mission in Sudan to include Darfur. Adopting resolution 1706 by vote OF 12 IN favour, with 3 abstaining (China, Rus ...
SudanTribune article, 12th September 2006
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Allahu Akbar: A Friday in Khartoum
I am sipping to my coffee as I am listening to the local imam through the loudspeaker as he addresses his congregation inside the mosque.
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Ingen viktige fredsavtaler er inngått i verden de siste åtte årene. De fleste «intern-konflikter» er ikke det de gir seg ut for å være. De er deler av internasjonale konfliktsystemer der eksterne aktører spiller helt sentrale roller, skriver Gunnar M. Sørbø i en utenriksanalyse i Morgenbladet.
Past, present, and future - fifty years of anthropology in Sudan Munzoul A. M. Asal, Musa Adam Abdul-Jalil (2015)
South Sudan - a slow liberation Edward Thomas (2015)
Emerging orders in the Sudans editors, Sandra Calkins, Enrico Ille, Richard Rottenburg (2015)
South Sudan - the crisis of infancy Peter Adwok Nyaba (2014)
Norge i Sudan - på bunnen av sola Bibiana Dahle Piene (2014)
Evaluation methodologies for aid in conflict edited by Ole Winckler Andersen, Beate Bull, Megan Kennedy-Chouane (2014)
Disrupting territories - land, commodification Jörg Gertel, Richard Rottenburg (2014)
Sudan divided - continuing conflict in a contested state edited by Gunnar M. Sørbø and Abdel Ghaffar M. Ahmed (2013)