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International Dialogue on State-building and National Development in South Sudan

 

International Dialogue on State-building and National Development in South Sudan
Convened by the African Research and Resources Forum (ARRF) and the Centre for Peace and Development Studies (CPDS) at the University of Juba, Juba, South Sudan



September 23- 23, 2011


Foreign policy options for the Government of…
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Added by TheBlackList on September 26, 2011 at 6:00pm — No Comments


Africa
THE AFRO-ARAB BORDERLANDS – AMBIGUOUS RELATIONS IN THE SAHEL REGION OF AFRICA

BF BANKIE:



‘ There are sizeable Black African populations in south Libya, northern Chad and south Algeria – but less in the latter. I can hardly see any African-Arab Borderlands in 100-500-1000 years. The African people will be freed and taking a lead, turning the tables on the oppressors’. Garba Diallo –Mauritanian



‘Chad is a Black nation with a minority of Arabs in the northern and eastern parts of the country. Yes, southern Libya and Algeria are Black…
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Added by BF Bankie on April 19, 2009 at 5:30pm — 1 Comment


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UNDERSTANDING THE SUDAN - Understanding Museveni, An Unusual African

Dear Kwasi



Greetings



Trusting this finds you in good spirits.



Few Africans, outside of east Africa have much understanding of the Sudan

issues. I met last week the Special Advisor to the Namibia Foreign

Minister/President, to discuss Sudan. I noted that his was the standard

OAU/AU view, which is determined by the geo-political considerations

of east Africa. He knew little, nor cared much in my view, about the situation

of Darfurians,…
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Added by KWASI Akyeampong on March 23, 2009 at 9:00am — 1 Comment


Africa
South Sudan – the last state in Africa to obtain, in 2011, Independence ?

BF BANKIE:



Lt Gen Joseph Lagu (Rtd), who led the Anya-nya, the freedom fighters of South Sudan, in their fight against the Arab-led Khartoum government, in the first stage, which ran from 1955 to 1972, of the recent phase of the armed struggle , from 1983 to 2005, states in his book ‘ Sudan – Odyssey through a state – From ruin to hope’, quoting from The Anya-nya Manifesto, on family and ethnicity, as follows :-



The enemy is waging a war of annihilation against us; he… Continue

Added by BF Bankie on March 12, 2009 at 11:49pm — No Comments


Africa
The root causes of the war in South Sudan and the Anya-nya armed struggle

Many find it difficult to accept the root causes of the last phase of the protracted war in South Sudan , which ran from 1955 to 1972 and from 1983 to 2005. In order to establish the causes, the book of Lt Gen Joseph Lagu (Rtd), entitled ‘Sudan – Odyssey through a state – From ruin to hope’ is drawn upon. The key to understanding Afro-Arab relations, past and present and the relevance of South Sudan is found in the reasons for the conflict.



Lagu, who is alive and well, spending a… Continue

Added by BF Bankie on March 12, 2009 at 12:21pm — No Comments


Africa
The experience of Africans under Arab colonialism and its antithesis

A synopsis of the paper- ‘The experience of Africans under Arab colonialism and its antithesis’, delivered at the International Colloquium at the State University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 11-13 November 2008, on the theme, ‘Teaching and propagating African history and culture to the Diaspora and …’



The key to understanding Afro-Arab relations, past and present and the relevance of South Sudan to the future, is found in the reasons for the conflict in South Sudan of 1955-72… Continue

Added by BF Bankie on November 24, 2008 at 9:51am — 3 Comments


Africa
Nubian Dams, Demographic Engineering and the Deteriorating Situation in Northern Sudan

Solicitors International Human Rights Group



A Lecture



The Dam Building in Northern Sudan: is it a Tool for the Resettlement of Millions of Egyptian Peasants? Is it a New Darfur Scenario in the Making?By: M. Jalal Hashim



Place: BPP School of Law, London, Red Lion Street, WC1

Time: Wednesday 24.9.2008 18:00



Introduction



In this lecture (which is adapted from Hashim, 2006) I will try to discuss the deteriorating… Continue

Added by BF Bankie on October 1, 2008 at 12:30am — 3 Comments


Africa
DUDLEY THOMPSON - The Charges

Thank you for your mail and for agreeing to step-down as Chairperson of the Honorary Board and agreeing, as Kola says, ‘to remain on Board’, by being a member of the Honorary Board of the Sudan Sensitization Peace Project (SSPP)



That said and to reverse the order of proceedings, I come to the ‘Charges’ as you call them. Please do not take these questions personally. We are all in a learning curve, with some more advanced in their knowledge of Afro-Arab relations than others. The fact… Continue

Added by BF Bankie on August 31, 2008 at 3:25pm — No Comments


Africa
Fall-out from the ICC writ against President Bashir of Sudan

FALL – OUT FROM THE WRIT ISSUE



It is now possible to evaluate the repercussions from the announcement by the International Criminal Court (ICC) of its intentions to seek to issue a Writ against the President of Sudan, Omar Hassan Al Bashir and others. After the news was released Khartoum immediate reaction was the issue of threats of dire consequences for Darfur, the Comprehensive Peace Ageement (CPA) etc. The landing rights for UN flights into Khartoum were suspended with… Continue

Added by BF Bankie on July 28, 2008 at 11:25pm — No Comments

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Black Arts Movement special edition

Started by Itibari M Zulu in Education 7 hours ago. 0 Replies

Greetings: The April edition of the journal 'Africology: The Journal of…Continue

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UNCF to Host Education Summit and Release Third Installment of its African American Youth's Perceptions of K-12 Education Research

Started by TheBlackList-Publisher in Education yesterday. 0 Replies

On April 26, UNCF (United Negro College Fund) will host an education summit that will coincide with the release of a new research report, A Seat at the Table: African American Youth's Perceptions of K-12 Education, highlighting input from African…Continue

Unpacking and Organizing Your New Home After A Move

Started by Soni Kumari in BUSINESS on Monday. 0 Replies

Relocation is a tiresome and troublesome task, and if you have successfully shifted in your new home then, this does not mean the game is over, only half of the battle is over now. Still there are many important things to be done, that are more time…Continue

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From Reverse Migration to "Deadbeat Race" -- Alton H. Maddox, Jr.

Started by TheBlackList News in CURRENT EVENTS AND TOPICAL ISSUES on Saturday. 0 Replies

Res Ipsa LocquitorBy Alton H. Maddox, Jr.("Attorney-at-War")Work Study Group From Reverse Migration to "Deadbeat Race."           This subset tells the story.  My beloved parents moved back to Wheat Street, “a family community,” in Newnan, Georgia…Continue

Black Conservatives Questioned New York Times Executives Over Anti-Conservative Bias in Bestseller Selection

Started by SendMeYourNews in Politics Apr 19. 0 Replies

As Tech Companies Face Scrutiny for Advanced Techniques That Silence Conservatives, New York Times Denies It Diminishes Conservative Publications — Despite Objective Evidence to the Contrary.Free-Market Activist Highlights Bias Against Books by…Continue

Better Health = A Better Life

Started by Brotha Lukata in Education Apr 19. 0 Replies

The Ministry of Health & Society of the PG-RNAPlease feel free to Tell Somebody about the Better Health Seminar featuring Sha Maat and Mama Ayodele, Naturopathic Practitioners/Students of Dr. Llaila Afrika, also be available are Crystal Reiki…Continue

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