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Sudan Divided
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The 2011 secession of South Sudan spurred hopes for a more just, democratic Sudan, but was followed by new wars and growing unrest. This book examines how the Islamist project has shaped these developments in Sudan, with a particular focus on how divisive policies have driven regional violence as well as the fight against continued marginalization.
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1. Sudan's Durable Disorder; Gunnar M. Sorbo and Abdel Ghaffar M. Ahmed 2. The Post-Secession State in Sudan: Building Coalitions or Deepening Conflicts?; Atta El-Battahani 3. Islamism and the Sudanese State after Darfur: Soft State, Failed State, or 'Black Hole State'?; Abdelwahab El-Affendi 4. The National Congress Party and the 'Second Republic': Internal Dynamics and Political Hegemony; Einas Ahmed 5. Sudan after the South's Secession: Issues of Identity; Peter Woodward 6. Oil and Politics in Sudan; Alsir Sidahmed 7. Changing Dynamics in the Borderlands: Emergence of a Third Sudan?; Abdel Ghaffar M. Ahmed 8. Six Years after the Eastern Sudan Peace Agreement: An Assessment; Munzoul Assal 9. Darfur after Doha; Jerome Tubiana 10. Conflict and Nation Building: Lessons for Darfur from South Sudan; M. A. Mohamed Salih 11. Back to War in Sudan: Flawed Peace Agreement, Failed Political Will; Guma Kunda Komey 12. Shifting Loyalties and Ethnic Violence: The Case of the Fulbe in Southern Blue Nile; Elhadi Ibrahim Osman

About the Author

Abdelwahab El-Affendi, University of Westminster, USA Atta El-Battahani, University of Khartoum, Sudan Einas Ahmed, Centre d'Etudes et de Documentation Economiques, Juridiques, et Sociales (CEDEJ), Sudan Peter Woodward, University of Reading, UK Alsir Sidahmed, freelance journalist and media consultant Jerome Tubiana, freelance consultant Munzoul Assal, University of Khartoum, Sudan Guma Kunda Komey, University of Bahri, Sudan Elhadi Ibrahim Osman, University of Khartoum, Sudan Musa Adam Abdul-Jalil, University of Khartoum, Sudan M. A. Mohamed Salih, University of Leiden, The Netherlands

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