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South Sudan: From Revolution to Independence (Columbia/Hurst)

Arnold, Matthew; LeRiche, Matthew

Editore: Columbia University Press
ISBN 10: 0231704143 / ISBN 13: 9780231704144
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Titolo: South Sudan: From Revolution to Independence...

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Legatura: Hardcover

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In July of 2011, the Republic of South Sudan declared independence from the north, effectively ending Africa's longest running civil war. The Sudan Peoples' Liberation Movement, a primarily southern rebel and political force, achieved this outcome by initiating peace negotiations as a united front. Beginning in 2005 and lasting six years, the Comprehensive Peace Agreement made unity palatable to the south's diverse population and interests. While the agreement ultimately failed, it did result in southern Sudan's nearly unanimous vote for independence.

Since then, violence has returned to the region, with many now fearing that South Sudan will devolve again into war. With the regime in Khartoum richly benefitting from factionalism, maintaining a durable peace seems impossible, and bringing any resolution to the issues that have long dogged Sudan's southerners -- ineffectual governance, widespread exploitation and resentment, and ethnic marginalization -- seem many years away. Gaining unique access to closed societies and making use of extensive ethnographic research, this volume assesses both the social and political dynamics that have fueled the country's remarkable transformation and the pressures that threaten to tear its statehood apart.


Matthew Arnold is an academic and aid worker specializing in post-conflict reconstruction. He is the coauthor of Militias and the Challenges of Post-Conflict Peace.

Matthew LeRiche earned his Ph.D. from King's College London and is a fellow in managing humanitarianism at the London School of Economics. He has been living and working in South Sudan and the surrounding region since 2004. Along with focusing on development, humanitarianism and civil war Dr. LeRiche also engages in emergency planning work, most recently concluding the emergency plan for the Port of St. John's in Newfoundland and Labrador.

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