War and Statehood in South Sudan

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War and Statehood in South Sudan

War and Statehood in South Sudan

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This study provides empirically based insights into the relationship between war- statehood and peaceful conflict resolution during the second Sudanese civil war and following the independence of South Sudan 2011. Several influencing factors have been identified: the dynamics of political and ethnic conflict; the authoritarian character of the former rebel movement (SPLM); the role of the church and of traditional leaders in local peace processes; and how the enormous presence of international aid organizations has affected both war and statehood. The empirical findings suggest that South Sudan is not an example of state failure- but rather part of a broader process of state formation. As such- this collection argues that state-building is indeed possible during war. The analysis of the independent South Sudan post-2011 illustrates that the country is still struck by strong political and ethnic conflicts and continued violence. This is a book that is relevant and full of insights for social scientists and practitioners of development co-operation.
  • Brand: Nomos/Bloomsbury
  • Category: Society & Politics
  • Format: Hardback
  • Language: English
  • Publication Date: 2015-03-26
  • Publisher / Label: Nomos/Bloomsbury
  • Author: Manfred Öhm
  • Number of Pages: 234
  • Fruugo ID: 145774462-307478225
  • ISBN: 9781474243193
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