Peace without Unity: The Dilemma of Reconciling Divergent Perspectives in Post-Conflict Sudan
Maintaining and promoting conflict-ridden Sudan as a unified entity has emerged as a central plank in the agenda of most, if not all, parties to the ongoing political conflict since the 1950s. Indeed, each of the major parties to the conflict perceives its perspective as the only one laying the foundation of reconciliation and unity and accuses other parties of sowing the seeds of disintegration and disunity.
Legal Mobilization to Protect Women against Rape in Islamist Sudan
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