Guerrilla Government: Political Changes in the Southern Sudan during the 1990s
Sharkey, Heather J., The International Journal of African Historical Studies
Guerrilla Government: Political Changes in the Southern Sudan during the 1990s. By Øystein H. Rolandsen. Uppsala: Nordiska Afrikainstitutet, 2005. Pp. 201; 2 maps; 3 tables. £15.95/euro 20/SEK 200 paper.
After 1983, when Sudan descended into civil war, the major force representing the south was the Sudan People's Liberation Movement and Army (SPLM/A), led by John Garang. In Guerrilla Government, Øystein H. Rolandsen (Horn of Africa advisor for Norwegian People's Aid) considers the SPLM/A in the 1990s and scrutinizes an event that many SPLM/A supporters have regarded as a watershed, namely, the National Convention of 1994, which called for the construction of a "New Sudan." Noting …
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Publication information: Article title: Guerrilla Government: Political Changes in the Southern Sudan during the 1990s. Contributors: Sharkey, Heather J. - Author. Journal title: The International Journal of African Historical Studies. Volume: 39. Issue: 2 Publication date: May 1, 2006. Page number: 320+. © Boston University 2008. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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