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current situation in Sudan and the prospects for peace

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Foreign Relations

current situation in Sudan and the prospects for peace

hearing before the Committee on Foreign Relations, United States Senate, One Hundred Eighth Congress, second session, September 9, 2005

by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Foreign Relations

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Published by U.S. G.P.O., For sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Humanitarian assistance, American -- Sudan,
  • Atrocities -- Sudan,
  • Refugees -- Sudan,
  • Democratization -- Sudan -- International cooperation,
  • Sudan -- History -- Civil War, 1983- -- Peace

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesS. hrg -- 108-866
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 70 p. :
    Number of Pages70
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15579915M
    ISBN 100160751934
    OCLC/WorldCa62409425

      This meeting reflected critically upon the challenges of, and prospects for, peacebuilding in South Sudan; and to examine the role of major actors – such as the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD), the African Union (AU), the United Nations (UN), the Troika (comprising the United States [US], Britain, and Norway), and China – in supporting local and national peace : Charles Mutasa, Kudrat Virk.   As I sit here, the situation on the ground in South Sudan is extremely fluid. The last 10 days, and the last 48 hours in particular, have seen a flurry of activity culminating with the return to Juba yesterday of Riek Machar. Upon his arrival, Machar was sworn in as First Vice-President, under the terms of the peace agreement signed last August.

    A POISONED WELL: LESSONS IN MEDIATION FROM SOUTH SUDAN’S TROUBLED PEACE PROCESS 3 funneled weapons to the opposition.5 As the violence intensified, diplomats from Africa, the United States, and Europe flooded the region, hoping to contain the conflict before it spiraled out.   Given the government’s limited capability, as well as weak infrastructure in South Sudan, the prospect for the two sides to work together to respond to the flooding is also unlikely.

      Inquiry: South Sudan:The Birth of a Nation and the Prospects for Peace and Development International Development Committee Since South Sudan became independent in July , its humanitarian situation has remained acute, exacerbated by conflict, natural disasters and a lack of basic services and jobs. A new cabinet is now settling in in Juba following the sudden dissolution of South Sudan's government in July. A referendum on the disputed region of Abyei has been repeatedly delayed, and it is unclear whether South Sudan’s political leadership will be able to agree on the terms of the referendum with their Sudanese counterparts. Uncertainty over Abyei, border tensions over.


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Current situation in Sudan and the prospects for peace by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Foreign Relations Download PDF EPUB FB2

The current situation in Sudan and the prospects for peace: hearing before the Committee on Foreign Relations, United States Senate, One Hundred Eighth Congress, second session, September 9. The Current Situation. Sudan faces challenges on many fronts, among them the ongoing crisis in Darfur, a fragile Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) between the North and South that ended decades of civil war, and significant local violence in the southern and central parts of the country.

Based on the valued input of distinguished speakers, following recommendations were made with regard to situation of Sudan as well as for improving Pak-Sudan relations: A. Due to a long history of mistrust and wars, for survival and subsequent development, both countries need to focus urgently on peace building measures to boost confidence.

South Sudan: Prospects for Peace and Development 3 Summary The Republic of South Sudan ga ined independence from the Republic of Suda n on 9 Julyfollowing civil wars that began in and left more than two million dead.

Goodwill for the new country is huge, but the challenges face d by the new go vernment are daunting. SOUTH SUDAN: THE BIRTH OF A NATION AND THE PROSPECTS FOR PEACE AND DEVELOPMENT uction Anglican International Development (“AID”) is a charity formed in September Its charitable objectives are as follows: “The advancement of religion, namely to serve Jesus Christ in the church and in the world in aFile Size: KB.

The UN Mission in Sudan (UNMIS) led by an SRSG (Jan Pronk) is expected to play a key role in peace implementation. The model for Sudan has been referred to as being at the “cutting edge”, but there are questions regarding the possible limitations of a unified mission approach under the current.

The Current Situation in Sudan and the Prospects for Peace Date: Thursday, September 9, Time: AM Location: G Dirksen Senate Office Building Presiding: Senator Richard Lugar. Conflict in South Sudan and the Challenges Ahead Congressional Research Service some accounts, the TGNU and the peace agreement on which it was based have collapsed, and reports suggest that both sides may be preparing for a return to full-scale war.

In the context of ongoing conflict, donor governments, including the United States, mayCited by: Following the unveiling of a new unity cabinet in South Sudan on Thursday, the UN Secretary-General has commended the “spirit of compromise and collaboration” shown by President Salva Kiir and rival-turned-top deputy, Riek Machar, on what has been a rocky road towards forging lasting peace.

PROSPECTS FOR PEACE AND THE UN REGIONAL PROTECTION FORCE IN SOUTH SUDAN NICKI KINDERSLEY AND ØYSTEIN H. ROLANDSEN* ON 7 JULYA DEADLY CLASH between the guards of the president and vice-president of South Sudan sparked days of skirmishes, purges, looting and abuse of civilians across the capital city of Juba.

6 South Sudan: Prospects for Peace and Development 1 Introduction 1. The Republic of South Sudan gained independence from the Republic of Sudan on 9 July It was a day of celebration for the South Sudanese who had fought two long civil wars with the north since and had voted overwhelmingly—by %—for independence in January   Prospects for Peace and the UN Regional Protection Force in South Sudan assumptions underlying the Regional Protection Force mandate and current peace diplomacy do not reflect the political situation on the ground in South Sudan.

The authors suggest that the major changes to South Sudan’s political terrain before and after the violence in Author: Nicki Kindersley. IGAD’s Mediation in the Current South Sudan Conflict: Prospects and Challenges Article in African Security 8(2) June with 1, Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Kasaija Phillip Apuuli.

Briefing: Darfur, Sudan: Prospects for peace. referred the situation in the Darfur region of Sudan to the International Criminal Court. the SPLM/A to its current supremacy and follows the. He has also worked in aid and development and author of four books and numerous articles covering gender, sexuality and reproductive health, humanitarian aid, ethnography of political violence, gender-based violence, war and slavery, and the politics of identity in South Sudan and Sudan.

His book Breaking Sudan: The Search for Peace, was. The Inter-Governmental Agency on Development (IGAD), a regional grouping that has been central to peace negotiations of Sudanese conflicts before South Sudan’s Independence and understands the complexities of the conflicts more than few other bodies do, convened a summit in Nairobi on Decem in order to explore how to end the mayhem that has already caused huge casualties in.

Sudan has projected that a negative growth rate this year of nearly 8 percent. More than million people have been displaced by the conflict just since December ;of them are now refugees in neighboring Sudan, Ethiopia, Uganda, and Kenya.

United Nations officials estimate that more 6 million people need humanitarian aid. Sudan: Prospects for Peace peace and change in Sudan. Sudan demonstrates one truism about conflict intervention: that it can only work if the parties themselves are committed to achieving peace, and if the countries of their region are willing to work for peace.

in western Sudan, remains grave. The situation in Darfur became a cloud on. Sudan Says It Agrees to Compensate Families of U.S.S. Cole Bombing The bombing of the Navy destroyer in Yemen in killed 17 sailors.

Al Qaeda claimed responsibility, and Sudan. The failure of efforts thus far to bring peace to greater Sudan, especially the Comprehensive Peace Agreement project, does not bode well for the chances of avoiding new decades of conflict and the countries’ continued impoverish-ment.

All signs suggest that the transition from greater Sudan to the Republics of Sudan and South Sudan is not. Why South Sudan won the war but lost the peace Peter Martell’s book on South Sudan is a must-read.

Setting the story of South Sudan’s current crisis in deep historical context, Martell Author: Laura Seay. As the situation evolves, the international community must ready itself to step in and credibly protect any settlement between Kiir and Machar.

Without a renewed and deepened commitment to protect the fragile peace in South Sudan, calls for “revitalization” of the deal are fool’s gold. Peace on paper is the easy part; peace in practice requires much, much more.The seminar had six key objectives: first, to identify the main challenges facing South Sudan’s Transitional Government of National Unity; second, to examine the challenges of, and prospects for, implementing the August Addis Ababa peace agreement; third, to assess the human rights situation in South Sudan, with a view to identifying Author: Charles Mutasa, Kudrat Virk.