Revue de presse
'Based on well documented, rich historical detail and perceptive reading of major turns of events in the political history of Sudan (before and after 2005 Comprehensive Peace Agreement), 'The Fate of Sudan' has said it all with clarity of writing and lucid style. This book is a must-read not only for those concerned with the still unresolved, complex issues between Sudan and South, but its brilliant and uplifting account makes it indispensible to international actors for drawing lessons to avoid the tragedy of failed peace in other conflict-ridden areas of the world.' --Atta El-Battahani, Professor of Political Science, University of Khartoum
'Young confronts critical and often overlooked dimensions of Sudan's conflicts as well as the shortcomings of its predominant political forces. Tough questions are posed as to the international community's posture toward the peace process, as Young argues provocatively that too conventional an approach to peacemaking - against the backdrop of a fundamentally flawed state - is in large part why a sustainable and "comprehensive" peace remains so elusive. The Fate of Sudan offers not only an important and alternative perspective on recent history in the region, but critical considerations for future peace processes around the globe.' --Zach Vertin, Sudan Analyst, The International Crisis Group
Présentation de l'éditeur
Written by someone directly involved in the Sudanese election and referendum processes, and featuring a wealth of first-hand evidence, this is a crucial examination of a topic of intense political and media interest.