IRIN, Stephen Graham
Violence in Sudan's Darfur has surged to levels not seen in a decade, with more than 150,000 people driven from their homes this year alone. The region's long-suffering residents are also bearing the brunt of a measles epidemic. It is a conflict to which the international community appears to have no answer and which risks being overshadowed by other crises in East Africa and beyond. The humanitarian and security challenges are vast, writes Stephen Graham.
Small Arms Survey, HSBA, Working Paper 36
Nine years after the signing of the ESPA, the people of Eastern Sudan are discontent. There is a need for an independent review of its implementation that takes into account the viewpoints of all stakeholders involved in or affected by the agreement.
International Crisis Group, Africa Report no. 209
The situation in Sudan's forgotten East - without deadly conflict since the 2006 Eastern Sudan Peace Agreement (ESPA) - stands in contrast to the fighting besetting the country's other peripheries. But this peace is increasingly fragile.
HSBA Working Paper, Joshua Craze
Almost two years after South Sudan became Africa’s newest nation-state, its border with Sudan is neither delimited nor demarcated. While a series of ...
Rift Valley Institute, Douglas Johnson, August 2012
South Sudan is a missing piece in the jigsaw of Africa's past, says RVI Fellow Douglas Johnson.
Enough Project, Aug 2012
Continued international support to the failed Darfur peace agreement is actually making matters worse in Darfur.
Douglas H. Johnson
This note from one of the leading authorities on the area, while not giving a definitive answer to the issue of Panthou/Heglig, concludes that any government or international body that declared that Heglig is 'internationally recognized' as part of Sudan has been premature at best and prejudicial to a final resolution at worst.
Al Jazeera Centre for Studies
Kenya is a leading country in the East African region with better developed infrastructure and industry. The capital city is a regional hub derisively ref ...
FAO-WFP report, Feb 2012
Hunger on the rise in South Sudan.
Simon Harragin, L2GP Report Sept 2011
What do people value, and how do they go about protecting themselves and their families, and communities?
Ed. by Anh Nga Longva and Anne Sofie Roald (2011) Leiden/Boston: Brill 369 p.
Sudan's constitution clearly states that religious minorities can hold influential political positions, but they rarely do.
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 ...
Africa Report N°141 - 17 June 2008, International Crisis Group
Small Arms Survey working paper no 14, July 2008, by Claire Mc Evoy and Ryan Murray
Eastern Equatoria State in South Sudan and Turkana North District in neigh- bouring Kenya lie in one of the most conflict-prone regions in the East and ...
Dan Large, ISS Paper 158 February 2008
Research paper from the Institute of Security Studies no. 158, February 2008, by Daniel Large
SudanTribune article, 4th July 2007
Source: www.shabait.com, 16th May, 2007
Source: Sudan Tribune
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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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