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Protracted Conflict and Development in South Sudan: A Feminist Analysis of Women’s Subjugation in the Making of a Nation

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Protracted conflict and development in South Sudan: A feminist analysis of women’s subjugation in the making of a nation argues that international interventions in South Sudan from the period of British colonization to present day South Sudan perpetuate and [re]inscribe formations of women’s oppression and agency. Foreign presence affects identity constructions, conflict, and governance. I…

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Who is Ruling in South Sudan?

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This paper from 2001 examines the role of NGOs in rebuilding socio-political order in Southern Sudan during the past civil war. The paper suggests that if INGOs and international agencies function predominately as public service providers (a classic function of a state), they might also develop a strong social position to behave as regulatory agencies…

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