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04 April 2003 | Comments (0)
The following paper offers an analytical perspective on the three contested areas with specific reference to the central role they play in the search for a sustained peace in Sudan. It is intended to help inform all actors currently engaged with the peace initiatives for Sudan. Read more
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29 March 2003 - | Comments (0)
After a long struggle and after the SPLA have made our problem recognized by the international community; now these parasites are showing up with their big mouths accusing SPLA of failed efforts to managed the guerrilla army. Where is their fingerprint in the struggle for the South? Read more
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28 March 2003 - | Comments (0)
The opinion below comments on the ongoing discussion on the security situation in Sudan in which the Government of Sudan is suspected to have acquired chimal and biological weapons. Read more
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28 March 2003 | Comments (0)
After Christmas holiday this year, I did not return directly to Yambio as planned. In stead, I visited Internally Displaced Peoples camps, IDPs, in Ikotos, East Bank (of the White Nile)... Read more
24 March 2003 - | Comments (0)
You are a Democratic Civic Forum gathered here to seek ways to restore normalcy in our war torn country. And thereafter, to guide the people of South Sudan in exercising their right to self-determination as laid down in the Machakos Protocol. Read more
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18 March 2003 - | Comments (0)
By the time you read this, the United States of America and Britain will have either invaded Iraq or are about to do so. Their stated goal is to disarm Iraq of weapons of mass destruction they know it has. The aim is also to get rid of the Iraqi leader, President Saddam Hussein..... Read more
07 March 2003 | Comments (0)
I still have to comprehend that brilliant moment at which the decision to grant the south self-determination right was taken; this decision which has been taken forty years after the outbreak of the war in August 1955. Read more
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03 February 2003 | Comments (0)
Despite the ruling party having closed the door before northern Sudan from southern Sudan, and despite the press duels critical of the call of the former minister, Al-Tayeb Mustafa and showing the weakness of that call; still the zeal, which has overshadowed his... Read more
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28 January 2003 - | Comments (0)
All the wars that took place between the north and the south were spurred by well-known and well-documented historical grievances. Read more
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