MAAS-570 Sudan in Crisis
Spring for 2009-2010
Goulty, Alan; Harris, Lillian
This course will examine the complexity of modern Sudan, the root causes of its conflicts, and the regional context. Participants will analyze the challenges and hard choices facing policy-makers, both in Sudan and in the international community, in particular in peace-making and peace-building; identify lessons to be learned from conflicts and peace-making in Sudan; and consider their wider application. A major objective will be development of analytical and presentational skills. Active participation will be required and students should come to class prepared to discuss the issues listed for that session.
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Spring '10: Harris L, Goulty A (file download)
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