Darfur: A New History of a Long War
The humanitarian tragedy in Darfur has stirred politicians, Hollywood celebrities and students to appeal for a peaceful resolution to the crisis. Beyond the horrific pictures of sprawling refugee camps and lurid accounts of rape and murder lies a complex history steeped in religion, politics, and decades of internal unrest.
Darfur traces the origins, organization and ideology of the infamous Janjawiid and other rebel groups, including the Sudan Liberation Army and the Justice and Equality Movement. It also analyzes the confused responses of the Sudanese government and African Union. This thoroughly updated edition also features a powerful analysis of how the conflict has been received in the international community and the varied attempts at peacekeeping.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - whitewavedarling - LibraryThing
This was a rough read. I've got no doubt that it's the definative text on Darfur and the history leading up to current conditions, but the book just wasn't written with readers in mind. Unless you ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - johnthefireman - LibraryThing
An excellent short overview of the war in Darfur by two old Sudan hands, Julie Flint and Alex de Waal. They begin by looking at land rights several hundred years ago, and this serves to highlight the ... Read full review
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