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STARVING OUT THE SOUTH IN CIVIL WAR

Date: 29-01-2019

This is a detailed account of the 1985-89 period of conflict in southern Sudan and the Sudanese government’s use of famine as a weapon of war. The Sudan government regularly blocked food from reaching civilians and diverted food aid to its army. The liberal political institutions in Sudan at the time were unable to halt this disaster.

Dr. A. de Waal, in: “Sudan”, Martin Daly & Ahmad Alsikainga eds., I.B. Taurus 1994.

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