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Governance, Violence and the Struggle for Economic Regulation in South Sudan: the Case of Budi County (Eastern Equatoria)

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This article analyses how Budi County in Eastern Equatoria State (South Sudan) was governed during the 1990s and up to mid-2007. Because its capital Chukudum was the SPLM/A headquarters almost throughout that period, it provides us with an interesting case from which to explore how the SPLM/A governed during the civil war and how this…

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Winning the War, But Losing The Peace? The Dilemma of SPLM/A Civil Administration and the Tasks Ahead

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This article (2005) explores local government structure and practices in SPLM/A held areas in Southern Sudan. Doing this it refers to the challenges of distributing land and foreign aid. The article focusses on the Equatoria region and on ethnic politics in Central Equatoria during the past civil war. Link to publication

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Sudan: Liberation Movements, Regional Armies, Ethnic Militias and Peace

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This article provides an account of the administrative and political capacity of the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement/Army (SPLM/A), as well as the challenge posed by a host of rival armed movements loosely grouped under the umbrella of the South Sudan Democratic Front (SSDF) during the past civil war. Link to publication

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Governance Conditions, Roles and Capacity-Building Needs in the Rebel-Held Areas of Southern Sudan

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This article presents institutions of governance that are in the process of being established in the rebel-held areas of Southern Sudan. The development roles of the main governance actors—government, civil society and the private sector—are examined and capacity-building needs are described. Link to publication

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Administration Of Justice In The (SPLA/M) Liberated Areas: Court Cases In War-Torn Southern Sudan

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Exposition of the state of customary laws in the Dinka and Azande communities of Southern Sudan. The case studies are set in the period of the civil war that broke out in 1983, and include cases of the SPLA (Sudan People’s Liberation Army) soldiers interacting with the local populations. Download

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