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n Conflict Trends - Conflict resolution in Sudan : viewpoint

Volume 1999, Issue 2
  • ISSN : 1561-9818

Abstract

Since the re-emergence, in 1983, of the Sudanese civil war more than 2 million lives have been lost - in addition to the millions of innocent people who have been maimed - and resulted in over 4 million refugees. This is the worst ethnic or religious tragedy since World War II and demonstrates unwarranted insensitivity, irresponsibility, and lack of political will on the part of the contending Sudanese leaders to institute tangible mechanisms for conflict resolution.

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