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أثر نزاع دارفور على العلاقات السودانية التشادية و دور القبائل المشتركة (2003-2014

أثر نزاع دارفور على العلاقات السودانية التشادية و دور القبائل المشتركة (2003-2014

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Title: أثر نزاع دارفور على العلاقات السودانية التشادية و دور القبائل المشتركة (2003-2014
Author: مصعب بن عمير الضي عبد القادر, الضي
Abstract: This research aimed at exploring the impact of the conflict in Darfur on the Sudanese-Chadian relations, analyzing the nature of the conflict in Darfur, investigating the internal and external causes behind the eruption and the escalation of the conflict as well as the impact of the common tribes across the boundaries of the two countries upon the conflict of Darfur. The research suggested two questions: The first is whether the existence of common tribes across the boundaries of Sudan and Chad has a negative or positive influence on the relations between the two countries, in case these tribes had taken part in any conflict. The second is whether a peaceful relations help in conflict resolution or make it more complicated. The research adopted the historical method to follow the roots of the conflict that broke out in 2003, as well as the analytical descriptive method to explore the nature and the parties involved in the conflict, and to what extent the relations between the two countries could be affected due to the conflict. The research relied on secondary sources (books and periodicals). The most important findings are that: The desertification in north Sub-Sahara Africa, the increase in population and cattle, the proliferation of weapons due to the conflict in Chad, the lack of individual security, in addition to the abolishment of the native administration for political reasons, all these factors have respectively led to the complication of the conflict in Darfur. The conflict in Darfur has a significant negative impact on the relations between the two countries, and the common tribes, which took part in the conflict, had an enormous and clear impact in destabilizing the relations between the two countries. The most important recommendations include reinstating the native administration with its full authorities and mandate, and coordination with the governmental relevant bodies and the leaders of the common tribes in Chad. This in addition to taking into consideration the importance of the participation of Chad in any negotiations to settle Darfur conflict, as well as the participation of the common tribes (in the two states) which are involved in the conflict.
Description: 100 Pages
URI: http://khartoumspace.uofk.edu/123456789/23655


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