The Fate of Sudan: The Origins and Consequences of a Flawed Peace Process

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Argues forcefully that the birth of the independent state of Southern Sudan and the threat of further dismemberment of a rump northern Sudan are due to the failure of the approaches and ideologies of the main Sudanese parties, as well as a deeply flawed US-backed peace process that excludes civil society and other rebel groups.

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John Young

John Young has a Ph.D. in political science and has worked in the Horn of Africa since 1986 as a teacher, journalist, peace monitor, consultant, and academic. He has published two books, Peasant Revolution in Ethiopia: Tigray People’s Liberation Front 1975 to 1991 (Cambridge University Press, 1997) and The Fate of Sudan: Origins and Consequences of a Flawed Peace Process (Zed, 2012) as well as a considerable number of articles on regional conflicts, peace processes, and governance.

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