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Ethiopia + 3 more

Beyond the Headlines: Forgotten Fragility in Ethiopia

Executive Summary As a cultural mosaic of over 80 diverse ethnic groups, interethnic tensions, power dynamics, and historical context are central to understanding all aspects of Ethiopia’s political, economic, and social affairs. Faulty democratic structures, declining legitimacy,…

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Carleton Univ.
Posted:
18 Dec 2020
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Sudan + 1 more

Sudan: Freedom, peace, and justice

Prepared by: Laura Stevens, Daphne Wang, and Hashim Ismail Executive Summary Sudan has ranked as one of the most fragile states in the world for the past decade. Since the establishment of the interim government in August 2019,…

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Carleton Univ.
Posted:
08 Jan 2020
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South Sudan

South Sudan: Conflict Risk Assessment Report 2018

Executive Summary This diagnostic report examines trends in structural factors in South Sudan since 2m013 based on risk assessment indicators, global trends, and key stakeholder interactions. Based on this assessment the conflict in South Sudan is likely…

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Assessment
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Carleton Univ.
Posted:
08 Mar 2018
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Burundi

Burundi Conflict Risk Assessment, February 2016

Background Since gaining independence from Belgium in 1962, Burundi has been racked by successive waves of political violence. In the past fifty years, Burundi has suffered three civil conflicts, eight attempted coups d’etat, and two genocides. The…

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Assessment
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Carleton Univ.
Posted:
14 Mar 2016
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South Sudan + 1 more

Policy brief: South Sudan

Historical Background Much of South Sudan’s history leading up to secession was marred by civil conflict with the Sudanese government. Originating from accusations that the government was intending to renege on intentions to create a federalist state upon…

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Analysis
Source:
Carleton Univ.
Posted:
31 Oct 2012
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Sudan + 2 more

The Nuba of Sudan: From Ethnic War to Insurgent Civil Conflict

Executive Summary Following the partition of Sudan in July 2011, the breakdown of the CPA process on transitional governance has led the Nuba Mountain Region to a state of crisis, stemming from fragmented tribes with ethno-political allegiances…

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Analysis
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Carleton Univ.
Posted:
10 Sep 2012
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Sudan

Sudan: Fragile states country report No 4

Extract Fragility in brief Sudan is weak, with a government, economy and vulnerable populations at risk of instability. CIFP ranks Sudan as the most fragile state globally in terms of Authority due to extreme security threats posed by spoilers in both…

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Analysis
Source:
Carleton Univ.
Posted:
21 Mar 2011
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Angola + 42 more

Sub-Sahara Africa: Conflict Risk Assessment Report Sep 2002

Prepared by: Caroline Delany and Sonja Varga* With the generous support of the Canadian International Development Agency. OVERVIEW This report provides an indicators-based assessment of conflict risk in Sub-Saharan Africa. The analysis crosses nine interrelated issue areas identified as underlying potential for…

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Analysis
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Carleton Univ.
Posted:
21 Mar 2011
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Burundi + 5 more

African Great Lakes: Conflict Risk Assessment Report Sep 2002

Prepared by: Sonja Varga, Abdul-Rasheed Draman and Koren Mariott* With the generous support of the Canadian International Development Agency Executive Summary This report draws two important conclusions with regards to the risk of further instability in the Great Lakes region. First, the…

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Analysis
Source:
Carleton Univ.
Posted:
21 Mar 2011
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