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Making and Breaking Peace in Sudan and South Sudan.

Author: Sarah M H Nouwen
Publisher: Oxford University Press, 2020
Edition/Format:   Print book : English

Authored by scholars, practitioners and scholar-practitioners, this volume marshals a kaleidoscope of perspectives on peace and peacemaking.


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Sarah M H Nouwen
ISBN: 9780197266953 0197266959
OCLC Number: 1228861112
Contents: List of FiguresList of TablesNote on ContributorsPreface1: SHARATH SRINIVASAN AND SARAH M. H. NOUWEN: Introduction: Peace and Peacemaking in Sudan and South Sudan2: NASREDEEN ABDULBARI: The Interlinkage between Understandings of Self-Determination and Understandings of Peace3: WENDY JAMES: Making Peace on Paper Only: A View from the Blue Nile4: DOUGLAS H. JOHNSON: Abyei, the CPA, and the War in Sudan's New South5: PETER DIXON: Strategic Peacebuilding and the Sudanese Peace Process6: BENEDETTA DE ALESSI: Peacemaking, the SPLM/A's Political Transition During the CPA Era and Conflict in the Sudans7: EDWARD THOMAS: Fiscal Policy and Sudan's 2005 Comprehensive Peace Agreement8: LAURA M. JAMES: Economic Provisions of the CPA: Selective Implementation and Long-Term Consequences9: NADA MUSTAFA ALI: Gender and Disarmament, Demobilization, and Reintegration in Post-Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) South Sudan10: DANIEL LARGE: China and the CPA: Developing Peace in Sudan?11: BRENDAN BROMWICH: Natural Resources, Conflict and Peacebuilding in Darfur: The Challenge to Detraumatise Social and Environmental Change12: PARTHA MOMAN: A Flawed Formula for Peacemaking and Continued Violence in Darfur: The Abuja Negotiations, 2004-200613: ROSALIND MARSDEN: Peacemaking in Darfur and the Doha Process: The Role of International Actors14: SOPHIA DAWKINS: Why Negotiate? Why Mediate? The Purpose of South Sudanese Peacemaking15: ALY VERJEE: How Mediators Conceive of Peace: The Case of IGAD in South Sudan, 2013-1516: MAREIKE SCHOMERUS AND ANOUK S. RIGTERINK: South Sudan's long crisis of justice: Merging notions of lack of socio-economic justice and criminal accountability17: ALEX DE WAAL: Concluding Reflections: Sudan's Comprehensive Peace Agreement: Theories of ChangeIndex
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