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Title: Dealing with Estranged Political Relationships: A Prerequisite for Sustainable Peace in South Sudan - Dataset
Contributor(s): Onapa, Sam Angulo  (creator); Ware, Helen  (supervisor)
Publication Date: 2020-04
DOI: 10.25952/ws9y-yp62
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Abstract/Context: This data is related to the role of the SPLM in the conflict in South Sudan. Data collection involved interviews of various stakeholders in the conflict including the conflict parties, mediators, scholars and other civil society leaders. The findings from the data explain the causes of power struggles in the SPLM, how it relates to the conflict in South Sudan and potential strategies to the conflict. The findings show that the problem is rooted in historical conflicts which remain unresolved. Trust-building and reconciliation among the parties was suggested as a suitable strategy to the problem.
Publication Type: Dataset
Fields of Research (FOR): 130205 Humanities and Social Sciences Curriculum and Pedagogy (excl. Economics, Business and Management)
Fields of Research (FoR) 2020: 390106 Geography education curriculum and pedagogy
390107 Humanities and social sciences curriculum and pedagogy (excl. economics, business and management)
Socio-Economic Objective (SEO): 940299 Government and Politics not elsewhere classified
Keywords: South Sudan
Sudan Peoples' Liberation Movement (SPLM)
Power Struggles
Ethnic Violence
Civil War
Location: Addis Ababa, Kampala, Juba, Sydney
HERDC Category Description: X Dataset
Description: Data accessible by contacting the author
Project: Dealing with Estranged Political Relationships: A Prerequisite for Sustainable Peace in South Sudan
Dataset Managed By: Sam Angulo Onapa
Rights Holder: Sam Angulo Onapa
Dataset Stored at: University of New England
Primary Contact Details: Sam Angulo Onapa -
Dataset Custodian Details: Sam Angulo Onapa -
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