Identity, Citizenship, and Violence in Two Sudans: Reimagining a Common Future

Identity, Citizenship, and Violence in Two Sudans: Reimagining a Common Future

Amir Idris


The 2011 cut up of Sudan into countries - and the conflicts that experience persisted in its wake - has made it a case of ongoing value for knowing safeguard and state-building in sub-Saharan Africa. studying either the north-south divide within the Sudans in addition to the unfold of political violence from Darfur, this well timed research has goals: First, it exhibits how slavery and the legacies of colonialism proceed to form the demanding situations of country formation and political identification. Secondly, it charts out a potential course for overcoming historic hindrances to accomplish inclusive citizenship and consultant democracy.

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