Biel Melha Rout Southern Sudan After the Comprehensive Peace Agreement ADVANCED NEWS Eastern Africa Series AFTER THE COMPREHENSIVE PEACE by moe59852


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									                       ADVANCED NEWS
     Eastern Africa Series

     Edited by ELKE GRAWERT
     As the Sudanese peace agreement reaches a crisis point while
     moving into its final year, this book offers an analysis of the impact
     of the implementation of the agreement on different Sudanese
     communities and neighbouring regions.
     After a long process of peace negotiations the Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) was signed on 9
     January 2005 between the Government of Sudan (GOS) and the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement/Army
     (SPLM/A). The CPA raised initial hopes that it would be the foundation block for lasting peace in Sudan.

     This book compiles scholarly analyses of the implementation of the power sharing agreement of the CPA, of
     ongoing conflicts with particular respect to land issues, of the challenges of the reintegration of internally
     displaced people and refugees, and of the repercussions of the CPA in other regions of Sudan as well as in
     neighbouring countries.

     ELKE GRAWERT, Faculty of Economics and Institute for World Economics and International Management,
     University of Bremen, Germany.

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                 PART I Implementation & Potentials of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement

                           The Role of African & Arab Elites in Building a New Sudan
                                             MELHA ROUT BIEL

   After the CPA: The Implementation of Power Sharing at the National Level - the Case of the National Assembly
                                          RANIA HASSAN AHMED

                       Empowered Deliberative Democracy (EDD): A Start from the Bottom
                                   YASIR AWAD ABDALLA ELTAHIR

                            PART II Challenges Facing Post-War Societies in Sudan

           The CPA & Beyond: Problems & Prospects for Peaceful Coexistence in the Nuba Mountains
                                         SAMSON S. WASSARA
 Appendix: Governmental & NGO Structures in Dilling Locality, Southern Kordofan by Tayseer El-Fatih Abdel A’al

   Ethnic Identity Politics & Boundary Making in Claiming Communal Land in the Nuba Mountains after the CPA
                                            GUMA KUNDA KOMEY

                                     Return Migration to the Nuba Mountains
                                       SAMIRA MUSA ARMIN DAMIN

       Challenges of Basic Education in Southern Sudan: The Language Policy in Jonglei & Upper Nile States
                                          JOSEPH LODIONG LUBAJO

Abduction, Confinement & Sexual Violence against South Sudanese Women & Girls in Kakuma Refugee Camp, Kenya
                                             MARILYN OSSOME

                      Identity, Citizenship & Reintegration: Sudanese Returnees from Kenya
                                             OBAKA OTIENO JOHN

                                PART III The CPA in its Sub-regional Context

                                  Changes in Gambella, Ethiopia, after the CPA
                                         REGASSA BAYISSA SIMA

       Ethiopian Federalism Seen from the Regional State of Gambella: A Perspective from the Border Region
                                            MONIKA M. SOMMER

                        From CPA to DPA: ‘Ripe for Resolution’, or Ripe for Dissolution?
                                          PETER WOODWARD

                                 Challenges of Sub-regional Peace after the CPA
                                               ELKE GRAWERT

                        From CPA to DPA: ‘Ripe for Resolution’, or Ripe for Dissolution?
                                          PETER WOODWARD

                           PART IV Challenges of Sub-regional Peace after the CPA

                                              Theoretical Outcomes
                                               ELKE GRAWERT

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