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War in Darfur and the Search for Peace

Edited by Alex de Waal

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$24.95 • £21.95 • €22.95

ISBN 9780674023673

Publication Date: 09/01/2007


431 pages

6-1/8 x 9-1/4 inches

2 maps; 3 tables

Global Equity Initiative, Harvard University > Studies in Global Equity, Darfur


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  • 1. Sudan: The Turbulent State [Alex de Waal]
  • 2. Native Administration and Local Governance in Darfur: Past and Future [Musa Abdul-Jalil, Adam Azzain Mohammed and Ahmed Yusuf]
  • 3. Darfur: A War for Land? [Jérôme Tubiana]
  • 4. Islam and Islamism in Darfur [Ahmed Kamal el-Din]
  • 5. The Origins and Organization of the Janjawiid in Darfur [Ali Haggar]
  • 6. Darfur’s Armed Movements [Julie Flint]
  • 7. The Unseen Regional Implications of the Crisis in Darfur [Roland Marchal]
  • 8. The Comprehensive Peace Agreement and Darfur [Adam Azzain Mohammed]
  • 9. The African Union Mediation and the Abuja Peace Talks [Dawit Toga]
  • 10. The Making and Unmaking of the Darfur Peace Agreement [Laurie Nathan]
  • 11. Darfur’s Deadline: The Final Days of the Abuja Peace Process [Alex de Waal]
  • 12. Darfur after Abuja: A View from the Ground [Abdul-Jabbar Fadul and Victor Tanner]
  • 13. Narrating Darfur: Darfur in the U.S. Press, March–September 2004 [Deborah Murphy]
  • 14. Not on Our Watch: The Emergence of the American Movement for Darfur [Rebecca Hamilton and Chad Hazlett]
  • 15. Prospects for Peace in Darfur [Alex de Waal]

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