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Hoping for peace, afraid of war: the dilemmas of repatriation and belonging on the borders of Uganda and South Sudan

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This report (2010) is about the reality of repatriation for Southern Sudanese refugees from Uganda in a context of political upheaval, a fluctuating security situation and a demanding economic environment. Download

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Crude Days Ahead? Oil and the Resource Curse in Sudan

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This analysis of the political economy of oil in Sudan since 2005 finds that governance at national, regional, and local levels has largely failed to manage the damaging political and economic effects of the resource curse. Uncertainty surrounding Khartoum’s oil transfers to the South, negligence and corruption among the Southern elite, and the lack of…

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When Boundaries Become Borders: The impact of boundary-making in Southern Sudan’s frontier zones

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This report (2010) analyses the impact of demarcation on the peoples of the borderlands of Sudan and South Sudan and how it may affect local and national political developments.

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The Kafia Kingi Enclave: People, Politics and History in the North-South Boundary Zone of Western Sudan

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When South Sudan became a separate state in 2011, its northern boundary with the Republic of Sudan became an international border, the longest and most contentious in the region. At the westernmost extremity of Sudan, Kafia Kingi is a key meeting point between the two countries. This mineral-rich area is currently under the administration of…

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Sudan 2012: Scenarios for the Future

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This paper describes four possible scenarios for the future of Sudan,defined by two key uncertainties: 1) In 2012, will Sudan be united or will the North and South have gone separate ways? 2) In 2012, will there be a new war between the North and the South, or will there be no war? Download

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Against the Gathering Storm: Securing Sudan’s Comprehensive Peace Agreement

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This report takes stock of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) four years after it was signed, calling urgently for the implementation of outstanding issues in the 30 months that remain in this interim period. It asserts that the flaws of the CPA, despite its huge potential for change in in the region, are that it…

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