Peacebuilding in Sudan: Micro- Macro Issues

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Sudan's spreading conflict: the limits of Darfur's peace process

International Crisis Group, Africa Report No211

The violence in Darfur spiked in 2013. Recent fighting has displaced nearly half a million additional civilians - in all 3.2 million Darfurians need humanitarian help. If Darfur is to have durable peace, all parties to the country's multiple conflicts need to develop a more coherent means of addressing both local conflicts and nationwide stresses, the latter through a comprehensive national dialogue; eschew piecemeal approaches; embrace inclusive talks; and recommit to Sudan's unity.

Darfur Peace Process Chronology complete (2006-13)

HSBA, Small Arms Survey, July 2013

Complete chronology of significant events in the Darfur conflict and peace process, 2006-June 2013

Darfur Peace Process Chronology 2013

HSBA, Small Arms Survey, July 2013

A detailed timeline of significant events in the Darfur conflict and peace process in 2013.

Darfur Peace Process and Chronology

HSBA, Small Arms Survey, July 2013

After more than a decade of turmoil, resolution of the Darfur conflict remains a distant prospect. Successive mediation efforts have not bridged the gaps between Khartoum and the many armed opposition groups of Darfur.

Traditional Authorities' Peacemaking Role in Darfur

United States Institute of Peace, Peaceworks No. 83, November 2012

The violence that has raged in Darfur for a decade is both a crisis of governance and a problem of law and order. This report from The United States Institute of Peace outlines the background to the conflict and the challenges in resolving it.

'Business as Usual: Arms flows to Darfur 2009-12'

HSBA, September 2012

After nine years of rebellion, proxy arming, and shifting alignments between the Government of Sudan (GoS) and both Arab and non-Arab populations in the region, the Darfur conflict appears little closer to resolution than it did in 2003.

Unwilling and Unable: The Failed Response to the Atrocities in Darfur

James Traub, Occasional Paper Series, Global Centre for the Responsibility to Protect. 2010

Civil Society in Darfur - The Missing Peace

United States Institute of Peace Special Report, September 2010

Rethinking Darfur

By Marc Gustafson, Foreign Policy Brief, Cato Institute. June 2010

Complicating Darfur

David Lanz, The Fletcher Forum of World Affairs, vol. 32(1), 2008: Review of Alex De Waal's "War in Darfur and the Search for Peace"

IRIN: Cautious Optimism over Darfur Ceasefire Call

Newsletter from the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, November 13, 2008

Making Sense of Darfur

Link to Alex de Waal's blog on the Social Science Research Council website

UNAMID - the African Union/UN Hybrid Operation in Darfur

This link takes you to the UNAMID home page with background information news, and fact sheets

The Politics of Local Boundaries and Conflict in Sudan. The South Darfur Case

Yousif Takana, Sudan Working Paper 2008:2

Up to 1994, Darfur region (the present three states of Darfur) had remained a single integrated political and administrative unit since the establishment of ...

IRIN: Darfur Peacekeepers Offer no Protection - IDPs

Newsletter from the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, October 20, 2008

Hard-line Sudan Politician may hold Key to Darfur Conflict

Presidential advisor Nafie Ali Nafie says atrocities were exaggerated and blames U.S. 'propaganda'. Still, experts say his clout and blunt style could lead to a breakthrough on Darfur. Edmund Sanders, October 26, 2008

Presidential advisor Nafie Ali Nafie says atrocities were exaggerated and blames U.S. 'propaganda'. Still, experts say his clout and blunt style could lea ...

New Darfur Attacks Show Civilians Still at Risk

Human Rights Watch report, October 24, 2008

Evolution of the Darfur Rebellion - a Revolution in the Making

Paper by Savo Heleta, postgraduate student in conflict transformation and management at Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University in Port Elizabeth, South Africa, October 1, 2008

Paper by Savo Heleta, postgraduate student in conflict transformation and management at Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University in Port Elizabeth, South Afr ...

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