Tuesday, May 28, 2019

Sudan: Social Inequality, the Fight for NaturalResources, Civil War Ess

Sudan Social Inequality, the Fight for NaturalResources, Civil WarEthics of Development in a Global Environment War& PeaceFighting in the midst of the Muslim g everywherenment in Khartoumand Christian rebel forces located in southern Sudan has long been ignored.This struggle has caused nothing but devastation and depravation for in theregion. more than two millionpeople have died as a result of the interlocking, including many innocent civilians. In addition, extremely valuableresources that would surely benefit the entire global economy, are beingneglected and the with the minimise benefits only helping a few . As is the case in most if not all civilwars power is what each side is struggling over. .The northernmost and south werejoined for no good reason and their religious and cultural differences haveadded fuel to their dispute. Since the conflict began in 1983, the re-appearanceof war between Northern and Southern Sudan has generally been interpreted as atypical ethno-r eligious conflict deriving from differences between Muslims andChristians, or Arabs and Africans. While this categorization had served as anaccurate description of the earlier manifestation of this conflict in the 1950s,it is astray believed that the nature of the conflict has evolved. Though classifying this war as anethno-religious one still has some bearing on how the war is being conductedand perceived, the main reasons for fighting in spades transcend race andreligion to a certain extent. Conflicts are processes, not static events,and over the last three decades the developments in the Sudan have graduallyand consistently changed the nature of the conflict from being a classicethno-religious conflict. This warnow mainly focuses on the seizure of the area... ...ths of over two million. If the U.S. wants to get to the oil it is imperative theydeal with the humanitarian crisis and avoid the foreign policy mistakes theyhave make in the past.1 SudanA Political And Military H istoryhttp//news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/ humans/analysis/84927.stm2 Ibid3 Sudan A Political And Military Historyhttp//news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/world/analysis/84927.stm 4 Why Doesnt The World Act?http//news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/world/analysis/84985.stm 5 Suliman, Mohamed. Civil War In Sudan The Impact OfEcological Degradation. 6 Bussiness and Human Rightshttp//www.business-humanrights.org/Sudan.htm7 U.S. Warns Khartoum over attackshttp//news.bbc.co.uk./2/hi/africa/1859987.stm8 U.S. Warns Khartoum over attackshttp//news.bbc.co.uk./2/hi/africa/1859987.stm9http//www.pbs.org/newshour/bb/africa/jan-june99/sudan.html

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