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by Taisier M. Ali,Robert O. Matthews

Category: Africa
Subcategory: History books
Author: Taisier M. Ali,Robert O. Matthews
ISBN: 0773517774
ISBN13: 978-0773517776
Language: English
Publisher: McGill Queens Univ; First Edition edition (April 1, 1999)
Pages: 322
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Taisier Ali and Robert Matthews argue that the forty-year conflict in Sudan is. .Civil Wars in Africa is an excellent book that makes a solid contribution to scholarship and to the literature on civil wars and conflict resolution.

Taisier Ali and Robert Matthews argue that the forty-year conflict in Sudan is much more complex than the usual view that it results from the pitting of the Arab. Ken Grundy, Department of Political Science, Case Western Reserve University " offers some unique insights into the processes of peace building. The scholarship is not only sound, it is meticulous and of the highest quality.

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Civil Wars in Africa book. Taisier Ali and Robert Matthews argue that the forty-year conflict in Sudan is much more complex than the usual view that it results from the pitting of the Arab, Islamic North against the African, Christian South.

TAISIER M. ALI and ROBERT O. MATTHEWS. Africa’s longest civil war, in Sudan, has persisted through the country’s transition from colonial dependence and through three parliamentary democracies (1956-58, 1964-69, and 1986-89) and three periods of military rule (1958-64, 1969-85, and 1989-present).

Ali, Taisier . and Robert O. Matthews, eds. Civil Wars in Africa: Roots and Resolution. Montreal and Kingston, London, Ithaca: McGill-Queens University Press, 1999. HTML PDF. Michael A. Innes. Innes NATO Stabilization Force Headquarters in Sarajevo. Published June 1, 2004. Ali, Taisier . Journal of Conflict Studies, 24(1).

A collection of case studies of nine African countries, Civil Wars in Africa provides a comparative perspective on the causes of civil war and the processes by which internal conflict may be resolved or averted. The book focuses on the wars in Ethiopia, Liberia, Mozambique, Rwanda, Somalia, Sudan, and Uganda as well as the experiences of Tanzania and Zimbabwe, where civil war was averted, to underline conditions under which conflict can most successfully be managed. test cricket, Perth (WA), "Parkes, Henry". Separate different tags with a comma. To include a comma in your tag, surround the tag with double quotes.

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Ali, Taisier . Matthews, Robert O. (1999). McGill-Queen's Press. p. 145. ISBN 978-0-7735-1883-4. Hilaire, Max (2005). United Nations law and the Security Council. Ashgate Publishing, Ltd. 40. ISBN 978-0-7546-4489-7. Text of the Resolution at undocs. v. t. e. United Nations Security Council resolutions adopted in 1992.

Comptes rendus : Afrique. ALI, M. Taisier et Robert O. MAJHEWS (di. Civil Wars in Africa. Roots and Resolution. Montré Ithaca, McGïll-Queen's University Press, 1999,334 p. Bandeja Yamba. Volume31, Issue3, 2000, p. 601–604. Browse the articles in this issue.

John Kiyaga-Nsubuga focuses on Yoweri Museveni and his National Resistance Movement regime's attempt to bring peace to Uganda. John Prendergast and Mark Duffield look at Ethiopia's long civil war and the role of liberation politics and external engagement. Bruce Jones studies the ethnic roots of the civil war in Rwanda. Elwood Dunn explores political manipulation and ethnic differences as causes of civil strife in Liberia. John Saul examines the role of Western powers in establishing peace in Mozambique. Hussein Adam describes the collapse of the authoritarian regime in Somalia and the subsequent rise of inter-clan and sub-clan rivalry. Taisier Ali and Robert Matthews argue that the forty-year conflict in Sudan is much more complex than the usual view that it results from the pitting of the Arab, Islamic North against the African, Christian South. Shifting the focus to how internal unrest may be managed, Hevina Dashwood examines government initiatives undertaken to maintain stability in Zimbabwe and Cranford Pratt describes the policies and institutions developed by Nyerere that enabled Tanzania to avoid ethnic, regional, and religious factionalism and intra-elite rivalries. James Busumtwi-Sam explores multilateral third-party intervention, highlighting the changing role of the OAU and the United Nations and their effectiveness in averting war. The concluding chapter draws together findings from the individual case studies and incorporates them into the larger corpus of the literature.
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