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|Title:||Le référendum de Soudan du Sud: Un avenir de paix ou de conflit ? Entretien avec l'ambassadeur Daniel Rachuonyo Mboya|
|Keywords:||referèndum;pau;resolució de conflictes;Sudan del Sud;Sudan;referéndum;paz;resolución de conflictos;Sudán del Sur;Sudán, independencia;référendum;paix;résolution de conflits;Soudan du Sud;Soudan|
|Publisher:||Universitat Oberta de Catalunya|
|Citation:||Shaka, Jack (2011). "Le référendum de Soudan du Sud: Un avenir de paix ou de conflit ? Entretien avec l'ambassadeur Daniel Rachuonyo Mboya". Journal of conflictology, 2011, Vol. 2, num 1|
|Abstract:||Over the years, Sudan, especially the south, caught the eye of the world with images of war, including children suffering from malnutrition, child soldiers, rape victims, amputees and images of slavery. The situation in Darfur is no better now than it was before. It is grim. The eruption of violence in the Abyei region during the referendum in the south leaves a lot of question marks over the future of the region. Hundreds of thousands of Sudanese are abroad as refugees thanks to the conflicts that have dogged the region for decades. Now, an overwhelming majority -almost 99%- have voted for an independent South Sudan. Companies are lobbying for contracts, governments are sending emissaries and the world is watching. Is peace finally being realised in Sudan? Is this what Dr John Garang envisioned for the south? Veteran diplomat, Daniel Rachuonyo Mboya was Kenya's first Ambassador to Sudan and also the first Special Envoy to the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) Secretariat for the Peace Initiative in Sudan. In this interview he expresses his opinion about the referendum in South Sudan and the future of the volatile region.|
|Appears in Collections:||2011, vol. 2, n. 1|
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