Excellent piece, Prof. Anne Bartlett. The problem is that these kinds of prophetic voices that warn against genuine impending calamity are often unheeded by those who have established themselves as the main actors of Sudanese conflicts. But I also think that what is truly needed to amicably address Sudanese conflicts is a peacebuilding that incorporates top-down, bottom-up, and middle-out models.
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