Governance in the Republic of the Sudan: Regional Conflicts after Southern Secession

September 13, 2011 // 9:30am11:00am

From the well known problems in Darfur to the recently documented conflict in South Kordofan and ongoing tensions in the Blue Nile State, regional conflict in the Republic of the Sudan is an increasing problem. While these conflicts can be interpreted as new sessionist movements, the conflicts in Sudan are complex, with many contributing drivers, including weak governance and economic incentives. What is the way forward for the Republic of the Sudan? What actions should the international community take?

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