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    A few weeks ago, we began to learn about a country in Africa called South Sudan. The lesson started when we read the book, A Long Walk To Water, everyday we went to class. Often times we get to discuss more about South Sudan and the events happening within the country and the countries bordering it. There are a lot of information to know about South Sudan such as the location, war, religion, history, culture and how it was considered the world’s newest country. Sudan and South Sudan are located in the northeast of North Africa. Sudan is surrounded by the countries Egypt, Ethiopia, Eritrea, South Sudan, the Central African Republic, Chad, and Libya. While the countries that border South Sudan are Sudan, Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda, the Democratic…

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    Jalila Khamis Koko Essay

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    Growing up in the Nuba Mountain region of Sudan, Jalila Khamis Koko grew up to face an incredible challenge in her life. Born in South Kordofan around 1968, Koko experienced and witnessed many violence from the civil war in her country. South Kordofan, centered in the Nuba Mountains with its capital, Kadugli, is the only state in northern Sudan to produce oil in its fertile area of Abyei, claimed by both Sudan and South Sudan since the two countries could not decide which one should own the…

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    thing of the past, but don't realize that they are occurring right this very minute. The second biggest genocide that is happening today, is the conflict in South Sudan. South Sudan and Sudan began as a single nation, on January 1st, 1956, simply called Sudan.…

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    comparison of Syrian conflict and conflict between Sudan and South Sudan The ongoing conflict in Syria and the conflict between Sudan and South Sudan draw many similarities in regard to the causes and nature of their respective conflicts. The civil war in Syria began in March of 2011 due to a growing resentment of the government regime led by Syrian president Bashar al-Assad, creating an eventual armed civil conflict between rebel groups and the government. A direct result of the conflict has…

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    South Sudanese Crisis: Child Soldiers South Sudan is a substantial country in Africa that has been ravaged by civil war since 2013 (CFR “Civil War in South Sudan”). Sudan, formally independent as South Sudan in 2011, has been in a state of turmoil since 1955. This strife has led to numerous human rights violations that have occurred, including the recruitment and use of child soldiers. The long-standing conflict “rooted in deep cultural, ethnic, and religious differences” has killed copious…

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    Analysis of the Displacement in Sudan Description: Different from anthropology, ethnography is the study of how cultures dynamically change over time while being mindful of intercultural relationships within these civilizations. Ethnographers take the time to observe how people react to these changes, and how the differences of their cultures impact the civilians that live there. As researchers collect data from areas of interests, there is hope that this holistic style of study sheds light to…

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    South Sudan Violations

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    Violations in South Sudan All humans are given basic rights at birth. To take these away from someone or to violate these natural rights is a crime against humanity. These basic human rights are being completely disregarded in South Sudan. South Sudan, known as the world’s newest country, has descended into a civil war early in their history. In the midst of their civil war, soldiers on both sides have committed crimes against humanity, with no one held accountable. All across the unity state…

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    Darfur Horror

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    The Horror in Darfur Violence. Terror. Suffering. Death. These words have described the status of the African country of Sudan since 2003, the beginning of the Darfur Genocide. This conflict, carried out between the Sudanese government and rebel Darfur forces, is a serious world problem that desperately needs attention. It has been called the worst humanitarian crisis in the world, and the United Nations has predicted that, as of today, more than 300,000 people have been killed as a result of…

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    Lord's Resistance Army

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    abductions of children and adults, sexual slavery, and looting of villages. Throughout the years of existence, the LRA has grown to feared group by many people in Africa and as well as other surrounding continents and countries. Lord’s Resistance Army is demonstrated through its history, the evolvement of Joseph Kony as well as the United States of Americas progression…

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    sense of security, and led to the rise in concern for terrorist attacks on American Soil (Huddy et al 2002). This attack on America pushed George W. Bush to declare a War on Terror on the middle east, and he deployed troops in 2001. Although troops were beginning to be removed from this region during the Obama administration the War on Terror technically is not over, and many troops remain in these areas. Unlike Sierra Leone and Sudan, there is no clear connection between terrorism and war,…

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