July 2002
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Air University Library
Maxwell AFB, AL

South Africa-Social Conditions

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Countries and Their Cultures. New York, Macmillan Reference USA, 2001. 4 vols.
Book call no.: R 306.03 C855

Human Rights Watch: World Report 2002: Events of 2001: November 2000-November 2001. New York, Human Rights Watch, 2002. 670 p.
South Africa, pp 88-93.
Book call no.: 323.4905 H918 2002

Steyn, Melissa E. "Whiteness Just Isn't What It Used to Be:" White Identity in a Changing South Africa. Albany, NY, State University Of New York Press, 2001. 228 p. (Interruptions)
Book call no.: 305.8034068 S853w


Amuwo, Kunle. Globalisation and the Crisis of Higher Education in the South: Case Studies of South Africa and Nigeria. Africa Insight 31:11-19 December 2001.

Baby Gang Raped. Mclean's 114:12 November 26, 2001.
Six men between the ages of 24 and 66 had been charged with raping a nine -month-old baby

Beinart, Peter. Left out. New Republic 226:6 January 14, 2002.
Discusses terrorism and crime in Cape Town, South Africa and Muslims reactions to it.

Bollag, Burton. Nigerian Universities Start to Recover from Years of Violence, Corruption, and Neglect. Chronicle of Higher Education 48:A40-42 January 1, 2001.

Bridgeman, Martha. Parliament, Foreign Policy and Civil Society in South Africa. South African Journal of International Affairs 9:69-74 Summer 2002.

Brown, Duncan. National Belonging and Cultural Differences: South Africa and Global Imaginary. Journal of Southern African Studies 27:757-769 December 2001.

Carter, Michael R. and May, Julian. One Kind of Freedom: Poverty Dynamics in Post-Apartheid South Africa. World Development 29:1987-2006 December 2001.

Cherry, Michael. Rainbow Academic Nation. Nature 417:377 May 23, 2002.
"South Africa's higher-education system was designed by the architects of apartheid. So why are today's academics resisting attempts to reform it?"

Cherry, Michael. South African Cabinet Backs Merger Plans for Universities. Nature 417:576 June 6, 2002.

Cheru, Fantu. Overcoming Apartheid's Legacy: The Ascendancy of Neoliberalism in South Africa's Anti-Poverty Strategy. Third World Quarterly 22:505-527 August 2001.

Commey, Pusch. Durban: Apology Postponed. New African No.400:24-25 October 2001.
"Reports from the third UN World Conference against Racism Xenophobia and Related Intolerance held in Durban, South Africa from 31 August 8 September."

Cose, Ellis. Silver Linings from a Summit. Newsweek 138:40 September 17, 2001.
"The U.N. conference on race was largely a failure. But all was not lost. The session did start a conversation the world sorely needs."

Croucher, Sheila. South Africa's Democratisation and the Politics of Gay Liberation. Journal of Southern African Studies 28:315-330 June 2002.

Crush, Jonathan and McDonald, David A. Introduction to Special Issue: Evaluating South African Immigration Policy after Apartheid. Africa Today 48:1-13 Fall 2001.

Crush, Jonathan and Tshitereke, Clarence. Contesting Migrancy: The Foreign Labor Debate in Post-1994 South Africa. Africa Today 48:49-70 Fall 2001.

Danso, Ransford and McDonald, David A. Writing Xenophobia: Immigration and the Print Media in Post-Apartheid South Africa. Africa Today 48:115-137 Fall 2001.

De Jongh, Michael. No Fixed Abode: The Poorest of the Poor and Elusive Identities in Rural South Africa. Journal of Southern African Studies 28:441-460 June 2002.

Dodson, Belinda. Discrimination by Default? Gender Concerns in South African Migration Policy. Africa Today 48:73-89 Fall 2001.

Eddings, Jerelyn. South Africa's Editorial Bias. Foreign Policy 129:86 March/April 2002.

Elders of Durban. National Review 53:24 October 1, 2001.
Negative comments about the United Nations World Conference against Racism.

Freund, Bill. Contrasts in Urban Segregation: A Tale of Two African Cities, Durbin (South Africa) and Abidjan (Cote D'Ivoire). Journal of Southern African Studies 27:527-546 September 2001.

From the Birthplace of Passive Resistance, a Call for Tolerance. UN Chronicle 38:53-54 December 2001-February 2002.
Discusses the Durban conference against racism.

Handmaker, Jeff. No Easy Walk: Advancing Refugee Protection in South Africa. Africa Today 48:91-113 Fall 2001.

International Law-Making: Legal Positivism Is a Negative. Far Eastern Economic Review 164:8 September 13, 2001.
Reviews the work of the World Conference Against Racism in Durban, South Africa.

Its 'Not a Useful Conference at All'. Mclean's 114:14 September 17, 2001.
Comments about the U.N. conference against racism in Durban, South Africa.

Kellett, Francisca. African Immigrants Not Welcome? New African No.406:14 April 2002.
Violence against immigrants in South Africa.

Kellett, Francisca. What Became of 'Mandela's Houses'? New African No.407:28-29 May 2002.
"He promised one million houses by 1999, but by the time he left office, Mandela's administration had built only 40,000 houses."

Klaaren, Jonathan and Ramji, Jaya. Inside Illegally: Migration Policing in South Africa after Apartheid. Africa Today 48:35-47 Fall 2001.

Krauthammer, Charles. Disgrace in Durban: The U.N. Conference on Racism Was Worse Than Just Hot Air. Weekly Standard15-16 September 17, 2001.
Opinion that Arab states were attempting to use this conference to delegitimize Israel for future extinction.

Marais, Lochner and Botha, Hannes. Issues for a Modern SA. Africa Insight 31:43-50 June 2001.
Problems of increasing urbanization.

Masland, Tom. Hustling for Corpses. Newsweek 138:45-46 September 17, 2001.
"Because of AIDS, South Africa cemeteries are out of space and bootleg funerals are the nation's hottest new business"

Mbeki: Violence Is SA's Biggest Killer, Not AIDS. West Africa No.4288:27 August 13, 2001.

No Safety, Even behind a Wall of Security. Mclean's 114:12 December 17, 2001.
Reports the murder of Marike de Klerk, the former wife of F. W. de Klerk.

Oucho, John O. and Crush, Jonathan. Contra Free Movement: South Africa and the SACD Migration Protocols. Africa Today 48:139-158 Fall 2001.

Peberdy, Ally. Imagining Immigration: Inclusive Identities and Exclusive Policies in Post-1994 South Africa. Africa Today 48:15-32 Fall 2001.

Pelupessy, Wim and Slabbert, Tielman J. C. Employment Creation in SA Townships, an Emfuleni Case Study. Africa Insight 31:35-42 December 2001.

Polakow-Suransky, Sasha. Reviving South African History: Academics Debate How to Represent and Teach the Nation's Past. Chronicle of Higher Education 48: June 14, 2002.

Puddington, Arch. Wages of Durban. Commentary 112:29-34 November 2001.
Commentary on the World Conference against Racism.

Racism Conference: Winners and Losers. West Africa No.4293:11-14 September 17, 2001.
Two articles about the World Conference Against Racism, Xenophobia, Racial Discrimination and Related Intolerance which was held in Durban, South Africa.

Reparations Activists Threaten Lawsuit. West Africa No.4332:18-19 July 1, 2002.
"There is continued controversy in South Africa over the legacy of the apartheid era, including arguments over reparations and amnesty."

Rossouw, Henk. Moment of Violence Puts the Spotlight on South Africa's Premier University. Chronicle of Higher Education 48:A40-A43 January 18, 2001.
"Why did a promising black graduate student shoot a white professor who fought apartheid?"

Rostron, Bryan. And Not a Drop to Drink. New Statesman 131:34-35 February 11, 2002.
"Business is frustrated at the slow pace of privatisation in South Africa,. but the poor are already feeling the effects."

Rumbles on Campus. Economist 363:46 May 4, 2002.
Discusses higher education in South Africa.

Sane, Pierre. In Defense of Durbin: Racism Is Back on the Agenda. UNESCO Courier 54:10-12 September 2001.
Pierre Sane, who led UNESCO's delegation, describes the world conference against racism.

Shaw, Mark. West African Criminal Networks in South and Southern Africa. African Affairs 101:291-316 July 2002.

Slavery Was Theft: We Should Pay. New Statesman 130:4-5 September 10, 2001.
Comments on the racism conference held in Durbine, South Africa.

Smith, Charlene. Africa's First Cosmonaut. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 8:20 June 2002.
"Maverick South African Internet billionaire Shuttleworth blows $20 million on an 8-day journey to space."

Smith, Charlene. Shame of a Nation. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 8:25-26 April/May 2002.
"In South Africa, one in four girls and one in five boys under age 16 has been raped. Other forms of violence against women and children are also on the rise, yet the Mbeki government is doing precious little to stem the tide."

Solomon, Hussein. Illegal Immigration into South Africa: What Policy Options? Africa Insight 31:20-28 December 2001.

South Africa: Hard Pressed. Africa Confidential 42:5-6 December 7, 2001.
"The media are failing to adapt to changing times-and they're losing money."

South Africa's Auditor-General Is Investigating a Provincial Department. Chronicle of Higher Education 48:A39 September 21, 2001.

South Africa's New Landscape. Nature 417:365 May 23, 2002.
Restructuring institutions of higher education in South Africa.

Stevens, Angela. Washington Snubs a Conference on Race. National Journal 33:2686 September 1, 2001.
"As the United Nations contains its World Conference Against Racism in Durban, South Africa, this week, the U.S. government will either be absent or represented at a low diplomatic level."

Steyn, Mark. Trading in Slavery. Spectator 287:22-23 September 8, 2001.
Commentary on the conference on racism held in Durban, South Africa.

Stoppard, Anthony. Rastas Demand Rights to Use Drugs. West Africa No.4311:20 February 4, 2002.
"In South Africa the debate over legalisation of marijuana has taken a new turn, with calls by Rastafarians to have legalised for them."

Towards Johannesburg. UN Chronicle 38:48-49 December 2001-February 2002.
"World leaders will gather in Johannesburg, South Africa from 2 to 11 September 2002 for the World Summit on Sustainable Development."

Tutu, Desmond. War Crimes Tribunals May End Impunity, but They Can't Heal Hatred. NPQ: New Perspectives Quarterly 19:90-91 Spring 2002.
Interviews Archbishop Desmond Tutu about International War Crimes Tribunals and racial harmony in South Africa.

University of Wiwatersrand's Medical School and Four Teaching Hospitals in Johannesburg Have Criticized What They Called the South African Government's Inaction in Response to the AIDS Epidemic. Chronicle of Higher Education 48:A42 December 14, 2001.

Usdin, Shereen. State of Siege. New Internationalist No.346:20-21 June 2002.
"Women in South Africa are brutalized both inside and outside their homes-violence which is driving the AIDS epidemic."

Volkov, Oleg and Slobodin, Aleksei. Africa Listens, Africa Knows. Current Digest of Post-Soviet Press 54:15-16 May 29, 2002.
South African entrepreneur, Mark Shuttleworth, flies on Russian spacecraft.

Want Them, Throw Them out. Economist 363:43 June 8, 2002.
Suggests that a new immigration policy will not solve labor shortages in South Africa.

When Dogs Don't Bark. Economist 360:41-42 September 1, 2001.
"As South Africa plays host to the third UN conference on racism, how much progress has it made itself?"

Xaba, Thokozani and Wardrop, Joan. Rise and Fall of the South African "Six-Pack". UNESCO Courier 54:34-35 July/August 2001.
Discusses the present-day lives of guerrillas who fought against apartheid.

Xiao Ding. Long Way to Go in Battle Against Racism. Beijing Review 44:11-12 September 27, 2002.
Chinese comment on the United Nations Conference Against Racism.

Zuckerman, Mortimer B. Running the Asylum. U.S. News & World Report 131:120 September 17, 2001.
Editorial condemning the United Nations conference in Durban on racism.


Internet Resources

Arab Net.
Available online at:
General information about the countries of Algeria, Comoros, Djibouti, Mauritania, Morocco, Somalia, Sudan, and Tunisia.

Background Note: Sudan.. Washington, United States. Dept. of State, December 2001.
Available online at:

CIA World Factbook 2001.
Available online at:
General information about each country including a map.

Library of Congress. Federal Research Division. Country Studies: Area Handbook Series .
Available online at:
"The Country Studies Series presents a description and analysis of the historical setting and the social, economic, political, and national security systems and institutions of countries throughout the world and examines the interrelationships of those systems and the ways they are shaped by cultural factors".

Political Resources on the Net: Africa.
Available online at:
Provides political information about each African country.

Sudan Net.
Available online at:
Provides news and general information about Sudan.


2002 Index of Economic Freedom, edited by Gerald P. O'Driscoll, Jr. and others. Washington, Heritage Foundation and Dow Jones, 2002. 428 p.
For each country lists information such as: trade policy, fiscal burden of government, government intervention in the economy, monetary policy, capital flow and foreign investment, banking and finance, wages and prices, property rights, regulation, and black market.
Book call no.: R 330.9 I38 2002

Aerospace Encyclopedia of World Air Forces, edited by David Willis. Westport, CT, AIRtime Publishing, 1999. 320 p.
Sudan, p 149.
Book call no.: R 358.4003 A252

Africa 2002, edited by Charles H. Cutter. 37th ed. Harpers Ferry, WV, Stryker-Post Publications, 2002. 282 p.
General information about each country including history.
Book call no.: R 916 D724a 37th ed. 2002

Africa's Review 2000. 23rd ed. Saffron Walden, Essex, England, Walden Publishing, 2000. 328 p.
Book call no.: R 960 A25811 23d ed 2000

Africa South of the Sahara 2002. 31st ed. London, Europa, 2001. 1305 p.
Provides detailed information about each country.
Book call no.: R 916.7 A258 31st ed 2002

African Interventionist States, edited by Oliver Furley and Roy May. Burlington, VT, Ashgate Publishing, 2001. 286 p.
Sudan by Peter Woodward, pp 139-152.
Book call no.: 341.584096 A258

African Pastoralism: Conflict, Institutions and Government, edited by M.A. Mohamed Salih. Sterling, VA, Pluto Press, 2001. 311 p.
Livelihood and Resource Competition, Sudan by Abdel Ghaffar M. Ahmed, pp 172-193. Changing Gender Roles and Pastoral Adaptations to Market Opportunity in Omdurman, Sudan by Samia El Haddi El Nagar, pp 247-277.
Book call no.: 333.74 A258

Churchill, Winston S. River War: An Account of the Reconquest of the Sudan. New York, Carroll & Graf Publishers, 2000. 381 p.
Book call no.: 962.4 C47r 2000

Cohen, Herman J. Intervening in Africa: Superpower Peacemaking in a Troubled Continent. New York, St. Martin's Press, 2000. 268 p.
Sudan: Total North-South Incompatibility, pp 60-86.
Book call no.: 327.67073 C678i

Countries and Their Cultures. New York, Macmillan Reference USA, 2001. 4 vols.
Book call no.: R 306.03 C855

Huband, Mark. Skull Beneath the Skin: Africa after the Cold War. Boulder, CO, Westview Press, 2001. 376 p.
"Rogue" States and Radicals: United States and Sudan, pp 253-276.
Book call no.: 960.32 H875s

Human Rights Watch: World Report 2002: Events of 2001: November 2000-November 2001. New York, Human Rights Watch, 2002. 670 p.
Sudan, pp 94-101.
Book call no.: 323.4905 H918 2002

Jane's World Air Forces, edited by Paul Jackson. Alexandria, VA, Jane's Information Group, 2002. 551 p.
See contents to locate information about each country.
Book call no.: R 623.746 J33 No. 15 2002 Apr.

Jane's World Insurgency and Terrorism. Alexandria, VA, Jane's Information Group, 2002. 890 p.
See table of contents to locate information about each country.
Book call no.: R 364.1 J33 2002 May-Aug

Jok, Jok Madut. War and Slavery in Sudan. Philadelphia, University Of Pennsylvania Press, 2001. 211 p. (Ethnography of Political Violence)
Book call no.: 305.8009624 J74w

Middle East Contemporary Survey, Volume 22 1998, edited by Bruce Maddy-Weitzman. Boulder, CO, Westview Press, 2001. 710 p.
See table of contents for information on economic developments, conflicts, internal affairs, and foreign affairs of each country.
Book call no.: R 327.56 M6271 v.22 1998

Middle East Military Balance 2000-2001, edited by Shai Feldman and Yiftah Shapir. Cambridge, MA, MIT Press and Jaffee Center for Strategic Studies, 2001. 425 p.
Includes information for each country such as: general data, arms procurement and security assistance received, arms sales, foreign military cooperation, weapons of mass destruction, and armed forces.
Book call no.: R 355.033056 M627 2000/2001

Rake, Allen. African Leaders: Guiding the New Millennium. Lanham, MD, Scarecrow Press, 2001. 261 p.
Sudan: Omar Hassan Ahmed al-Bashir, pp 217-220.
Book call no.: 920.06 R162a

Salih, M. A. Mohamed. African Democracies and African Politics. Sterling, VA, Pluto Press, 2001. 234 p. (Human Security in the Global Economy)
An Authoritarian Circus: Sudan from NIF to Multi-Party Democracy? pp 77-106.
Book call no.: 320.96 S165a

Spencer, William. Global Studies: The Middle East. Guilford, CT, McGraw-Hill/Dushkin, 2003. 246 p.
Includes general information about each country and a lengthy history.
Book call no.: R 956 G562g 9th ed. 2003

Statesman's Yearbook: The Politics, Cultures and Economies of the World, edited by Barry Turner. New York, Palgrave, 2001. 2057 p.
Information about each country includes: key historical events, territory and population, climate, constitution and government, defense, international relations, economy, energy and natural resources, industry, trade, communications, social institutions, and culture.
Book call no.: R 310 St2 138th ed 2002

Worldmark Encyclopedia of the Nations. Detroit, MI, Gale Group, 2001. 4 vols.
Provides general information about each country.
Book call no.: R 031 W927 2001 v.2


Library of Congress. Congressional Research Service. Sudan: Humanitarian Crisis, Peace Talks, Terrorism, and U.S. Policy, by Theodros Dagne. Washington, May 2000. 15 p.
Doc. call no.: M-U 42953-8 no.98043 2000 May 19


Abadi, Jacob and Krischer, Jennifer J. Israel and the Horn of Africa: The Strategic and Political Imperatives. Journal of South Asian and Middle Eastern Studies 25:26-51 Winter 2002.

Affandi, Abdelwahab. US Gets Serious. Middle East International No.665:21-22 December 21, 2001.
Wonders if Sudan will be the next victim of the U.S. war on terrorism.

Affandi, Abdelwahab. Washington Wades in. Middle East International No.658:22-23 September 14, 2001.
Peace plans for Sudan.

Akol, Jacob. 'War Must End in Peace with Justice'. New African No.409:31-33 July-August 2002.
Reports "the latest American attempt to bring peace to Sudan.

Akosah-Sarpong, Kofi. SPLA Attacks Sudan Oil Operations. West Africa No.4289:30 August 20, 2001.

Akosah-Sarpong, Kofi. Sudan Oil Company Doing Well. West Africa No.4295:28-29 October 1, 2001.

Bedard, Paul. Joining the Fight. U.S. News & World Report 132:3 December 10, 2001.
"Sudan has provided U.S. intelligence between 150 and 300 files on suspected al Qaeda associates."

Beyond the Headlines. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 8:12-13 July 2002.
Discusses the war in Sudan and the victims.

Blanche, Ed. Sudan: Oil Fuels Internal Unrest. Middle East No.316:17-19 October 2001.
"Rebel forces say in extensive damage has been inflicted on oil installations in order to disrupt Khartoum's most valuable asset."

Bollag, Burton. Defying the Desert. Chronicle of Higher Education 48:A48 March 1, 2002.
Efforts by academicians to settle nomads in farming pursuits.

Bush, George W. Message to the Congress on Continuation of the National Emergency with Respect to Sudan. Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents 37:1579 November 5, 2001.

Bush, George W. Notice-Continuation of Sudan Emergency. Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents 37:1579 November 5, 2001.

Bush, George W. Remarks Announcing the Appointment of John Danforth As Special Envoy for Peace to the Sudan. Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents 37:1269-1270 September 10, 2001.

Cease-Fire, but Not yet Peace. Economist 362:42 February 9, 2002.
"Sudan's long-running war has paused, but peace is still distant."

Central African Republic, Enemy's Enemy. Africa Confidential 43:8 April 5, 2002.
As French troops withdraw from Central African Republic, Libyan and Sudanese troops move in.

Coming out of the Cold. Economist 360:45-46 October 6, 2001.
"Sudan is co-operating with America in the war on terrorism, but its other problems remain unresolved."

Dear Elected Representatives. Ecologist 31:14 September 2001.
"Discusses the U.S. House of Representatives actions against the Sudan government."

Duffield, Mark. Aid and Complicity: That Case of War-Displaced Southerners in the Northern Sudan. Journal of Modern African Studies 40:83-104 March 2002.

East Africa: Conflicting Agendas. Africa Confidential 43:5-6 January 11, 2002.
Evaluates the situation in East African countries.

Effendi, Abdel W. SPLA Gains. Middle East International No.672:22-23 April 5, 2002.
Rebel forces joined together for political activities.

El-Affendi, Abdelwahab. Impasse in the IGAD Peace Process for Sudan: The Limits of Regional Peacemaking? African Affairs 100:581-599 October 2001.

Ethiopia/Sudan: Pals with Pal. Africa Confidential 43:8 March 22, 2002.
Border conflict between Ethiopia and Sudan.

Flint, Julie. Another Massacre. Middle East International No.671:25-26 March 22, 2002.
"Khartoum's gunships killed at least 24 Southern civilians in cold blood."

Flint, Julie. Civilians under Fire. Middle East International No.675:20-21 May 17, 2002.
"The government has renewed its attacks on civilian targets around the contested oilfields."

Flint, Julie. Oil and Blood. Middle East International No.670:18-19 March 8, 2002.
Documents show that the government and oil companies agreed to "clean areas inhabited by Dinka and Nuer civilians."

Frerichs, Jonathan and Bowman, James. White Bull of Peace. Christian Century 118:8-9 October 10, 2001.
Sudanese peace conference.

Funny Way to End the Slave Trade. Economist 362:42 February 9, 2002.
"Charities who buys slaves their freedom may end up doing harm."

Go Forth and Multiply. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:37 September 2001.
Sudan's president Omar Hassan al-Bashir is urging Sudanese men to have more than one wife and many children.

Hentoff, Nat. On Sudan Slavery. Editor & Publisher 135:26 June 3, 2002.
Castigates the New York Times and Washington Post for their position on slavery in Sudan.

Hentoff, Nat. Sudan Saga Still MIA. Editor & Publisher 134:22 August 6, 2001.
"Despite the press' continued minimal and largely misinformed coverage of the slavery and ethnic cleansing in Sudan, there has been some consciousness-raising in Washington."

Hot Spots. U.S. News & World Report 131:30 October 15, 2001.
Lists countries were radical Islamists seek to replace their governments such as Algeria, Nigeria, and Sudan in Africa.

Kaff, Tony. Nuba Dilemma New African No.405:16 March 2002.
Cease-fire allows the Nuba people to receive international aid.

Lake, Eli J. Slow on Sudan: A Bill Stalls; AIPAC Reneged? National Review 54:29-30 July 29, 2002.
U.S. relations with Sudan.

Lesch, Ann M. Osama bin Laden's "Business" in Sudan. Current History 101:203-209 May 2002.

Lewis, Matthew. Immediate Challenges for U.S. Policy Toward Failed States. Defense Monitor 30:4 October 2001.
Chart includes Sudan.

Lord's Army Resists. Economist 363:44 April 20, 2002.
"Ugandan-Sudanese co-operation could spell the end for the child-rebels."

Mac Donald, W. Wesley. Osama Bin Laden's Forerunner. World & I 17:295-303 June 2002.
Discusses Mahdi, a messianic leader, who "united the tribes of the Sudan in a bloody revolt against their Turkish-Egyptian masters."

Martin, Randolph. Sudan's Perfect War. Foreign Affairs 81:111-127 March/April 2002.

Miller, John J. Unknown Slavery: In the Muslim World, That Is-and It's Not over. National Review 54:41-43 May 20, 2002.
Discussion includes present-day slavery in Sudan and Mauritania.

Moore, Art. Justice Delayed: Sudan Peace Act May Be a Casualty of the War on Terrorism. Christianity Today 45:23-24 November 12, 2001.

Morrison, J. Stephen. Somalia's and Sudan's Race to the Fore in Africa. Washington Quarterly 25:191-205 Spring 2002.
Discusses U.S. policy toward the horn of Africa.

Moszynski, Peter. "Best Chance in Years"? Middle East International No.678:22-24 June 28, 2002.
"Another round of peace talks sponsored by the East African regional Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) opened in Nairobi."

Moyela, Muyiwa. Big Bird Takes a Dive. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 7:38-39 September 2001.
"One of Africa's leading airlines, South African Airways, has had a bad year. But, under a new chief executive, hopes are high that this is just a temporary dip in its fortunes."

Muindi, Matthias. Arabic Investment in Sudan's Oil Increases. Middle East No.320:33-34 February 2002.

Mwalulu, Jackson. War Without End. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 8:11-12 July 2002.
"New peace initiatives are still proving inadequate for putting an end to the long running war in Sudan."

Omar al-Bashir. New Internationalist No.339:29 October 2001.
Information about the president of Sudan.

On Sudan's Horizon, Maybe Congo's. Economist 364:39 July 27 2002.
"Is peace busting out all over Africa?"

Oryeda, Alfred. Prince Called Garang? New African No.403:15 January 2002.
"The Sudanese People's Liberation Movement (SPLM), the rebel movement at war with the Sudanese government for the past 18 years, has recently unveiled its post-war development programme in the territory it controls."

Persecution of Catholics Continues in Southern Sudan. America 185:5 December 17, 2001.

Pomper, Miles A. Religious Right Flexes Muscles on Foreign Policy Matters. CQ Weekly 60:1893-1896 July 13, 2002.
Religious conservatives push for measures against Sudan for its persecution of Christians.

Pomper, Miles A. Sanctions against Sudan Stall in Senate. CQ Weekly 59:2926 December 8, 2001.

Pomper, Miles A. Sudan Sanctions Move in House but Lack a Sense of Direction. CQ Weekly 59:2791-2792 November 24, 2001.

Pomper, Miles A. Wall Street Seeks to Soften Sudan Bill. CQ Weekly 59:2084 September 8, 2001.

Rebels with a Cause. Mclean's 114:15 August 20, 2001.
Rebels attacked facilities of foreign corporations.

Rees, Seidman. 'Mad Mahdi' Established a Pure Islamic State and Became the Western World's Original 'Most Wanted' Extremist. Military History 19:20+ June 2002.
Provides the history of Mohammed Ahmed-Ibn-ed-Sayed who set up an Islamic state in Sudan in the 1880s.

Ricard, John H. Solidarity Brings Hope for Peace in Sudan. America 185:17-18 October 1, 2001.
Bishop John Richard's visit to Sudan and his impressions of possible peace there.

Robinson, Linda. Timeworn Terrorist List: The Annual Report on State Sponsors Is Rigid, Politicized, and Hard to Change. U.S. News & World Report 132:18+ May 20, 2002.
Includes a discussion of Sudan on this list.

Ronen, Yehudit. Sudan and United States: Is a Decade of Tension Winding down? Middle East Policy 9:94-108 March 2002.

Rubin, Michael. Uncivil. New Republic 225:14+ October 22, 2001.
Discusses Islam as practiced in Sudan.

Ruthven, Malise. Eleventh September and the Sudanese Mahdiya in the Context of Ibn Khaldun's Theory of Islamic History. International Affairs 78:339-351 April 2002.

South Africa/Sudan: Guns for Hire Again. Africa Confidential 42:8 November 23, 2001.
Executive Outcomes' involvement in Sudanese training.

Stone, Peter H. Sudan Shifts Its Sand toward Washington. National Journal 33:3335 October 27, 2001.
Reports Sudan's cooperation with the U.S. in fighting terrorism.

Sudan. New Internationalist No.347:36 July 2002.
General information about the politics and government of Sudan.

Sudan: Calling the Shots at Machakos. Africa Confidential 43:1-3 July 26,2002.
Peace talks about the conflict in Sudan.

Sudan: In a Word. Africa Confidential 43:8 January 25, 2002.
Ceasefire signed then broken.

Sudan: Oilfield, Battlefield. Africa Confidential 43:4-6 March 8, 2002.
"The opposition regroups and threatens Khartoum's control of the oilfields."

Sudan: The Fire Does Not Cease. Africa Confidential 43:4-5 May 17, 2002.
"The opposition complains that the U.S.-brokered ceasefire helps the Khartoum government."

Sudan/Uganda: The Carlos Card. Africa Confidential 43:8 May 3, 2002.
"The odd agreement between Khartoum and Kampala allowing Ugadan troops into Sudan to attack the Lord's Resistance Army was renewed last week till mid-May."

Sudan: Unconstructive Engagement. Africa Confidential 43:2-4 February 22, 2002.
Political games played by National Islamic Front (NIF) leaders.

Sudan/USA: Who's Selling Who? Africa Confidential 42:4-5 October 12, 2001.
"The Islamist International needs its friends in Khartoum but the price is rising."

Wakabi, Wairagala. Unfriendly Guest. Africa Today: Voice of the Continent 8:36-37 June 2002.
"Uganda is chasing rebels opposed to Museveni inside Sudan, but it's continued support for SPLA rebels fighting the Khartoum government is a bone of contention."

West, Ruth. Price of a Barrel with Oil? A Few Lives. New Statesman 131:36 January 14, 2002.
"In Sudan, Western companies are bankrolling a vicious civil war."

Whose after Ali? Africa Confidential 43:3 February 22, 2002.
Listing of National Islamic Front leaders.


Forgotten Wars. New York, Ambrose Video Publishing, 1999. 3 vols.
Volume 1: Rwanda: An Endless War. Volume 2: Heart of Sudan. Volume 3: Western Sahara: A Wall in the Desert.
Book call no.: 967.032 F21

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