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100 1  Deng, Francis Mading,|d1938-|eauthor. 
245 10 Bound by conflict :|bdilemmas of the two sudans /|cFrancis
       M. Deng in collaboration with Daniel J. Deng. 
264  1 New York :|bThe Center for International Humanitarian 
       Cooperation :|bThe Institute of International Humanitarian
       Affairs, Fordham University,|c2015. 
300    1 online resource 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
490 0  International humanitarian affairs 
       Chapter One: Overview of the Crisis; A Dream Turned 
       Nightmare, and Worse; Tracing the Roots of the Crisis; 
       Background to the Crisis; Developments on the Ground; 
       Briefing the Ambassadors; Meeting the Detainees; The 
       Tensions between the Government and UNMISS; Regional and 
       International Response to the Crisis; Codependent 
       Relationship between the Two Sudans; The Root of Sudan's 
       Crisis of Identity; Breaking Down the Barriers between the
       North and the South; Chapter Two: Overlapping Conflicts 
       between the Two Sudans. 
505 8  The Unresolved Contest over AbyeiAbyei Boundary Commission
       Report; Sudan's Demand for a Shared Dinka-Missiriya 
       Administration in Abyei; Peaceful Co-existence; Southern 
       Kordofan and Blue Nile; Security Concerns; Uncertainty 
       about the Political Future; Comparing the Race Relations 
       in the Two Areas; Chapter Three: Safeguarding a Precarious
       Peace; Final Steps toward the CPA; Principles for 
       Evaluating the CPA Implementation; Elements of CPA 
       Implementation; Attending Major Events in Sudan; The 
       Signing of the CPA; Swearing-In Ceremony; The Death of Dr.
       John Garang. 
505 8  The CPA: A Laudable but Ambivalent AchievementChapter Four
       : Government of National Unity (GoNU); The Presidency; The
       Cabinet; The National Assembly; Commissions Formation, 
       Functioning, and Effectiveness; The Call for Law Reform; 
       Involvement of Opposition Parties; The NCP Point of View; 
       The Southern Point of View; Northern Opposition Point of 
       View; Demarcation of the North-South Borders; The 
       Distribution of Oil Revenues; Security Concerns and 
       Setbacks; Efforts to Divide the South and Undermine the 
       SPLM; SPLM: Rising to the Occasion?; The Prospects for 
505 8  Impact of Developments on the NCP-SPLM PartnershipChapter 
       Five: Government of South Sudan; Establishment of 
       Institutions and Assignment of Posts; Northern 
       Interference in Southern Governance; Bringing Peace 
       Dividends to the People; The Challenge of Corruption; The 
       Threat of Disunity; Managing Tribal Conflicts; The Role of
       the Traditional Justice System; Taking Power to the Local 
       Level; Chapter Six: The Internally Displaced and Refugees;
       The Situation of Return; Capacity and Coordination; 
       Security Concerns; Push and Pull Factors in Return; 
       Paradoxical Situation of IDPs in Khartoum. 
505 8  Repatriation, Resettlement, and RehabilitationChapter 
       Seven: Allegations of Genocide and Mass Atrocities; 
       Demystifying Genocide and Mass Atrocities; The Tortuous 
       Path to South Sudan Independence; The Challenge to South 
       Sudan's Diplomacy; The Crisis in Perspective; Conclusion; 
       by Dr. Francis Mading Deng, Permanent Representative of 
       the Republic of South Sudan to the United Nations during 
       Its Consultations on Sudan and South Sudan, New York, 
       November 28, 2012. 
520    "Since its independence on January 1, 1956, Sudan has been
       at war with itself. Through the Comprehensive Peace 
       Agreement (CPA) of 2005, the North-South dimension of the 
       conflict was seemingly resolved by the independence of the
       South on July 9, 2011. However, as a result of issues that
       were not resolved by the CPA, conflicts within the two 
       countries have reignited conflict between them because of 
       allegations of support for each other's rebels. In Bound 
       by Conflict: Dilemmas of the Two Sudans, Francis M. Deng 
       and Daniel J. Deng critique the tendency to see these 
       conflicts as separate and to seek isolated solutions for 
       them, when, in fact, they are closely intertwined. The 
       policy implication is that resolving conflicts within the 
       two Sudans is critical to the prospects of achieving peace,
       security, and stability between them, with the potential 
       of moving them to some form of meaningful association."--
       Publisher's description 
588 0  Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed 
       August 29, 2016). 
590    eBooks on EBSCOhost|bEBSCO eBook Subscription Academic 
       Collection - North America 
647  7 Sudanese Civil War|c(Sudan :|d1983-2005)|2fast
647  7 Darfur Conflict|c(Sudan :|d2003- )|2fast
648  7 Since 1983|2fast 
650  0 Political stability|zSouth Sudan. 
650  0 Political stability|zSudan. 
650  0 Self-determination, National|zSouth Sudan. 
650  7 HISTORY|zMiddle East|zEgypt.|2bisacsh 
650  7 Diplomatic relations.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01907412 
650  7 Peace.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01055758 
650  7 Political stability.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01069883 
650  7 Politics and government.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01919741 
650  7 Self-determination, National.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01111610 
651  0 South Sudan|xForeign relations|zSudan. 
651  0 Sudan|xForeign relations|zSouth Sudan. 
651  0 South Sudan|xPolitics and government|y21st century. 
651  0 Sudan|xPolitics and government|y1985- 
651  0 Sudan|xHistory|yCivil War, 1983-2005|xPeace. 
651  0 Sudan|xHistory|yDarfur Conflict, 2003- 
651  7 South Sudan.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01773109 
651  7 Sudan.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01204591 
655  4 History. 
655  7 History.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01411628 
700 1  Deng, Daniel J.,|eauthor. 
776 08 |iPrint version:|aDeng, Francis Mading.|tBound by 
       conflict.|dNew York : The Center for International 
       Humanitarian Cooperation : The Institute of International 
       Humanitarian Affairs, Fordham University, 2015|z0823270785
856 40 |u
       db=nlebk&AN=1244366|zOnline ebook via EBSCO. Access 
       restricted to current Rider University students, faculty, 
       and staff. 
856 42 |3Instructions for reading/downloading the EBSCO version 
       of this ebook|u 
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