Principles for Peace: Sudan case study
This report forms part of a series of country case studies by the Principles for Peace (P4P) initiative, an initiative of Interpeace to re-think the way peace processes are conceived and structured in light of evidence that conflict tends to re-onset on average within 7-12 years after a peace agreement. This has been the case for all of Sudan’s peace agreements.
P4P has identified seven interrelated and fundamental problems with the way peace processes are structured. This study explores whether and how these problems have affected peace processes in Sudan and provides a holistic analysis of ongoing peace processes, in particular to identify factors that influence their success or otherwise.
This report was originally published by Principles for Peace.
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