Bibliography on Sudan international relations by Yosa H. Wawa

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Published by University of Khartoum, Institute of African and Asian Studies, Library and Documentation in Khartoum .

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Other titlesBibliyūghrāfiyā fī ʻilāqāt al-Sūdān al-khārijīyah
Statementby Y.H. Wawa and Amal Eisa El-Fadil.
ContributionsEl-Fadil, Amal Eisa., Jāmiʻat al-Kharṭūm. Maʻhad al-Dirāsāt al-Afrīqīyah wa-al-Āsiyawīyah.
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LC ClassificationsZ3665 .W33 1998, DT157.6. .W33 1998
The Physical Object
Paginationiii, 277 p. ;
Number of Pages277
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL64949M
LC Control Number99162360

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“ The Crisis of Liberal Imperialism,” in Bell, Duncan, ed., Victorian Visions of Global Order: Empire and International Relations in Nineteenth-Century Political Thought. New. Sudan & Sudanese: A Bibliography of American and Canadian Dissertations and Theses on the Sudan.

Washington, D.C.: Embassy of the Democratic Republic of the Sudan, p. ZA38 “September ” Ayoub, Amal. Anthropology & Sociology: Bibliography of Studies in the Sudan.

Over the past two decades, the situation in Africa's largest country, Sudan, has progressively deteriorated: the country is in second position on the Failed States Index, a war in Darfur has claimed hundreds of thousands of deaths, President Bashir has been indicted by the International Criminal Court, a forthcoming referendum on independence for Southern Sudan threatens to split the country.

Arou, Mom K.N., and B. Yongo-Bure, North-South Relations in the Sudan since the Addis Ababa Agreement. Khartoum: Institute of African and Asian Studies, Khartoum: Institute of African and Asian Studies, 3 Contradicting State Ideology in Sudan: Christian-Muslim Relations among the Internally Displaced Persons in Khartoum—The Case of Mandela and Wad al-Bashīr Camps 4 The Evolution of the Independent sharīʿa Panel in Osun State, South-West Nigeria.

International relations and inter-borders tensions K. The Mahdist ideology and related topics L. Biographical works M. Bibliographies and works of reference The entries (books, articles, or conference papers) under these subject areas are listed in serial order and arranged alphabeti cally.

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Since the third edition was published, the Republic of Sudan has been partitioned, leading to the independence of the Republic of South Sudan in July As a result of this major development, this dictionary has been greatly expanded to include much new information on political parties, militias, towns and cities, and the civil war, among.

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