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In this paper I have tried to highlight the motivations, limits and leverage of international community s intervention in the Sudan civil wars, linking the western intervention in both North/South and Darfur conflict with the post-9/11 event and the War on Terror. Whilst in the case of North/South war, the western intervention helped the parties to reach a feasible agreement, the DPA brought more damages than good. Indeed, when in July 2002 the Machakos Protocol was signed the North/South conflict was a mature civil war: the rebels were represented by only one movement and leader and both parties were ready to compromise. When the international community pushed for a negotiated settlement in Darfur the time was not right because the parties were divided and not interested in peace. Moreover, the debate over whether or not define the violence in Darfur as genocide distracted the attention of the international community from peace. Finally, the international community appeared to be interested in signing an agreement on Darfur mostly to allow the government to accept the presence of UN troops on the ground and that was another mistake of its mediation effort.

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Auteur Andreina Marsella

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DUIN 3M4Q09IVOE3

GTIN 9783659406010

Taal Engels

Pagina-aantallen 60

Product type Paperback

Maat 220 x 150  mm

The Case of the Sudan: A Comparison between the CPA and the DPA

What are the motivations, the leverage and, the limits of the Western intervention in the Sudanese civil wars?

Andreina Marsella

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