جذور الصراع السوداني الأوغندي 1972 م - خلال الفترة 1962

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2015-05-17
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جعفر عوض, ابتهال
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UOFK
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Africa witnessed a series of conflicts and disputes in the period following the independence of many countries; but these conflicts increased in the last decade of the previous century. These disputes and conflicts prevented African countries from sustainable economic, social and political development. The Sudanese Ugandan conflict in the period of this study, was one of the most acute cases, since movements of tribes across the border between Southern Sudan and Northern Uganda, plus elements of tension between the two countries, facilitated this situation. This thesis dealt with the roots of Sudanese Ugandan conflict during the period 1962-1972. Chapter one is a historical introduction which describes the situation in the border and the tribes in the two countries. Chapter two analyzes the impact of the war in Southern Sudan on the nitrification of conflict between Sudan and Uganda. Chapter three discusses the strategic and economic dimensions of the conflict. Chapter four reflects on the cultural and political problem and ht elements of tension between the two countries. On the conclusion the research reflects upon the reasons of conflict during the period of this study and tries to suggest some possible areas of solution so that the two countries many co-exist.
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