Written: 2013 | Published: March 02, 2021 | Joshua Craze
Dividing lines: Grazing and conflict along the Sudan-South Sudan border
The emergence of a national border into a complex environment containing many groups with different histories and narratives—especially during the second civil war—has deeply affected all of the communities in the region. This working paper explores these dynamics through five case studies: the Northern Bahr el Ghazal–East Darfur border; Abyei; the Unity–South Kordofan border; the Upper Nile–South Kordofan border; and the Upper Nile–White Nile border.
This report was originally published by the Small Arms Survey.
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