W. Daly and Ahmad Sikainga, eds. Civil War in the Sudan. London: British Academic Press; New York: St. Martin's Press, 1993.
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The South Sudanese Civil War is an ongoing conflict in South Sudan between forces of the government and opposition forces. In December 2013, President Kiir accused his former deputy Riek Machar and ten others of attempting a coup d'état. Machar denied trying to start a coup and fled to lead the SPLM – in opposition (SPLM-IO).
The Second Sudanese Civil War was a conflict from 1983 to 2005 between the central Sudanese government and the Sudan People's Liberation Army. It was largely a continuation of the First Sudanese Civil War of 1955 to 1972. Although it originated. Although it originated in southern Sudan, the civil war spread to the Nuba mountains and the Blue Nile. It lasted for 22 years and is one of the longest civil wars on record. The war resulted in the independence of South Sudan six years after the war ended.
The contents include an introduction to the political and economic background to the Civil War, an analysis of underdevelopment in Southern Sudan since indepe This is a comprehensive survey of the Sudanese Civil War. It traces its origins and sets out the problems of y that have led to the demise of one of the largest and most important states in Africa.
Civil War in the Sudan. Broken bridge and empty basket - the political and economic background of the Sudanese Civil War, .
Publications (5). Sudan: State and Elite. by Martin Daly, Ahmad Sikainga. Coauthors & Alternates. Learn More at LibraryThing. ISBN 9781850435150 (978-1-85043-515-0) Hardcover, . Find signed collectible books: 'Civil War in the Sudan'. Ahmad Sikainga at LibraryThing.
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In the Sudan, native Sudanese slaves served Sudanese masters until the region was conquered by the Turks, who .
In the Sudan, native Sudanese slaves served Sudanese masters until the region was conquered by the Turks, who practiced slavery on an institutional scale. When the British took over the Sudan in 1898, they officially emancipated the slaves, yet found it impossible to replace their labor in the country's economy. This pathfinding study explores the process of emancipation and the development of wage labor in the Sudan under British colonial rule. Ahmad Sikainga focuses on the fate of ex-slaves in Khartoum and on the efforts of the colonial government to transform them into wage laborers.
35. Gagnon and Ryle, Investigation into Oil Development; Jemera Rone, Sudan, Oil, and Human Rights (New York: Human Rights Watch, 2003). 42. Amanda Hsiao, South Sudan and Sudan Back to War: A View from Juba (Washington, DC: The Enough Project, May 2012).
Home Browse Books Book details, Sudan, Civil War and Terrorism, 1956-99. Politics and Islam in Contemporary Sudan By Sikainga, Ahmad The Middle East Journal, Vol. 52, No. 3, Summer 1998. Sudan, Civil War and Terrorism, 1956-99. War of Visions: Conflict of Identities in the Sudan By Francis M. Deng Brookings Institutuion, 1995.
This is a comprehensive survey of the Sudanese Civil War. It traces its origins and sets out the problems of nationality/ethnicity that have led to the demise of one of the largest and most important states in Africa.The contents include an introduction to the political and economic background to the Civil War, an analysis of underdevelopment in Southern Sudan since independence, a study of the possibilities of constitutional discourse in the area, and a chapter on the foundation and expansion of the Sudan's People Liberation Army.