Using a minimum of 4 scholarly books and 3 articles from academic journals, write a 8-10 page typed (double-spaced) paper investigating the root causes and consequences of the recurring violent conflicts in one of the Horn of African countries (Ethiopia, Eritrea, Somalia, Sudan, South Sudan and Djibouti).You are free to select any topic relating to the conflicts in one of the countries of the Horn. The text should include proper footnotes and relevant citations and a full bibliography of the sources. Students should avoid using course texts or websites (online academic resources like JSTOR are fine) as cited sources in essays.
A conflict is an event, person, circumstance, or personal characteristic that hinders the pursuing of a goal. Types of conflict involve interpersonal, intrapersonal, intragroup, and intergroup conflicts. In most parts of the world, conflict is undesirable since it claims lives of individuals, the property is destroyed, and resources both human and financial are diverted away from development. In the today world, the Horn of Africa on the African continent has been in the news headlines as one of the most disputed regions. This region involving the countries of Eritrea, Ethiopia, Somalia, Djibouti, and South Sudan has experienced numerous religious conflicts, armed conflicts, and ethnolinguistic disputes. In Sudan, the conflicts have been experienced at the local, regional, and state levels and it involves various groups such as governments, communities, and even religious groups. The conflict has resulted in a lot of undesirable consequences in Sudan.
Conflict in Sudan
Sudan is a country in Northern Africa and one the largest countries in Africa. It borders South Sudan to the south, Chad to the West, Ethiopia to the East, Libya to the Northwest, Eritrea to the North, the Central African Republic to the southwest, and Egypt to the North. The country is divided into the Eastern block and Western block by River Nile (Levy, Zawiah, and Fiona, 9). In Sudan, there is religious and ethnic population which have divided the country into ethnic, geographic, and religious lines. These divisions in the society have largely contributed to the on-going civil war experienced in Sudan. Political scientists believe that the colonialists greatly drove Sudan into division of the north and the south.
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