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Darfur Conflict HIST 372 Foreign Aid in Africa                                       14/10/2011 08:35:00 There is lots to be said about the climate of Sudan You can also think about the past history  The Nubian Dynasty that ruled Egypt there are more pyramids in the North of Sudan than in Egypt Colonial legacy, Turkey Egyptian Sudan gains independence o 1882-1898 __> there was an independent state in Sudan The British came and established their own rule for 50 years until  independence Also related to the conflict in the south and cessation Darfur part of northern Sudan Problems with the South // (southern part of Darfur?) Feels and has felt very marginalized and neglected in services  (education, health, etc) This effects people prominence and position that would have allowed  them to inherit the state when the British left It is not the case that this is “Arab” vs. “African” People are all mixed and living amongst one another Conflict happens among neighbors African Arab
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HIST 372 Foreign Aid in Africa                                       14/10/2011 08:35:00 o Masalit o Zaghawa o Fur o Bergid
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This note was uploaded on 10/14/2011 for the course AFRC 372 taught by Professor Cassanelli during the Spring '11 term at UPenn.

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