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The Darfur Conflict
Geography or Institutions?
Although it is often simplified as an "ethnic conflict" in popular media, the current crisis in Darfur can only be superficially defined across ethnic lines. Any long-term solution to the conflict must also address the underlying social and environmental influences such as changing resource dynamics, expanding poverty, lack of infrastructure, and political corruption, which have brought the crisis to a head. This project diverges from previous studies by examining how the dynamic interaction between the environment, local governance, and national policy in Sudan has resulted in the Darfur crisis. It demonstrates how ecological degradation and the breakdown of community governance have destabilized the region, and how corruption and incompetence at the national level have culminated in the current crisis. Analyzing the interplay of these factors will yield valuable insights as to how a concerned international community can both end the tragic genocide and address the underlying injustices that engendered it. The analysis presented will be informative and accessible to a wide readership of students, academics, and concerned citizens.
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Duty 2014 US$ 14.99 640 pages
- Academic > History > History of Africa > Namibia. South-West Africa > History
- Academic > History > History of Africa > Sudan. Anglo-Egyptian Sudan > Local history and description
- Academic > History > History of Africa > Ethnography
- Social Science > Sociology
- History > Modern
- History > Africa
- History > Middle East
- Political Science