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The Civil War in Sudan: the Causes and the Response of the International Community

The conflict in Sudan is one of the longer and more intense that has been distressing the history of Africa. The aim of this paper is to answer to two questions about the Sudanese civil wars: “how did the international community respond to the conflict?” and “what were the causes that led to the explosion of such brutal and violent wars?”.
Hence, after an historical analysis of the country, included in order to make more clear what was the ground on which the conflict broke out, two chapters focus on the intervention of the main International Organizations (IOs) that deal with conflict resolutions: those are African Union (AU) and United Nations (UN).
The intent of these chapters is to show what provisions they undertook in order to solve the crisis at a political level and in order to provide humanitarian assistance to the population directly involved in the conflict. Therefore an analysis of the missions deployed by both the organizations and their effects and results is provided.
The last chapter and its sections concentrate on the civil war itself. The aim of the first two sections is to explain how the two main causes of conflict, greed and grievance, played a role in the breaking out of the Sudanese conflict. Then, the third section is set on the particularity of the “conflict in the conflict” in Sudan, thereby it presents an analysis of the inter- and intra-ethnic conflicts that worsened the already violent civil war.
The fourth, and last section, shows how the civil war itself was made possible, hence a description of the processes of appropriation, activated by the first violence, is provided.

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1 1. Introduction The conflict in Sudan is one of the longer and more intense that has been distressing the history of Africa. The aim of this paper is to answer to two questions about the Sudanese civil wars: “how did the international community respond to the conflict?” and “what were the causes that led to the explosion of such brutal and violent wars?”. Hence, after an historical analysis of the country, included in order to make more clear what was the ground on which the conflict broke out, two chapters focus on the intervention of the main International Organizations (IOs) that deal with conflict resolutions: those are African Union (AU) and United Nations (UN). The intent of these chapters is to show what provisions they undertook in order to solve the crisis at a political level and in order to provide humanitarian assistance to the population directly involved in the conflict. Therefore an analysis of the missions deployed by both the organizations and their effects and results is provided. The last chapter and its sections concentrate on the civil war itself. The aim of the first two sections is to explain how the two main causes of conflict, greed and grievance, played a role in the breaking out of the Sudanese conflict. Then, the third section is set on the particularity of the “conflict in the conflict” in Sudan, thereby it presents an analysis of the inter- and intra- ethnic conflicts that worsened the already violent civil war. The fourth, and last section, shows how the civil war itself was made possible, hence a description of the processes of appropriation, activated by the first violence, is provided.

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Facoltà: Scienze Politiche

Autore: Alexandra Pirola Contatta »

Composta da 60 pagine.

 

Questa tesi ha raggiunto 353 click dal 06/12/2011.

 

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