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Alfonso Armada

March 2nd, 2011, English, Europe, Europe, Journalist/Commentator, Madrid, Portuguese, Spain, Spanish, Subsaharan Africa, War and Conflict

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Alfonso Armada is reporter and Director of the Master in Journalism in ABC, based in Madrid. He is also editor of a digital magazine, fronderad.com. He studied journalism at the Complutense University of Madrid (UCM), as well as acting at the Escuela de Arte Dramatico of Madrid.

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Mark Duffield

Professor of Development Politics, University of Bristol

October 20th, 2010, Academia, Activist/Humanitarian, Author/Novelist, Bristol, Development, English, Europe, Europe, North Africa and Middle East, Subsaharan Africa, Think tank/Research center, UK, War and Conflict

Mark Duffield

Mark Duffield is Professor of Development Politics at the University of Bristol, UK. He is a specialist on war-related emergencies and reconstruction issues. Trained in anthropology and political economy, his field experience includes four years as Oxfam’s Country Representative in the Sudan during the latter half of the 1980s. He frequently comments on the situation in Sudan, as well as Ethiopia and Eritrea.

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Rashied Omar

Research Scholar of Islamic Studies & Peacebuilding, University of Notre Dame

October 14th, 2010, Academia, Afrikaans, Arabic, Civil Society, English, North America, North America, Notre Dame, Religion, Religious Leader, Subsaharan Africa, USA

Rashied Omar

Dr. Rashied Omar is Research Scholar of Islamic Studies & Peacebuilding at the Kroc Institute. His research and teaching focuses on the roots of religious violence and the potential of religion for constructive social engagement and interreligious peacebuilding.

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Expert unveils special report on Sudan

June 25th, 2010, Comment & Analysis

Sudan is the largest country in Africa and is facing an uncertain future. Its future could effect more than just its immediate region. In this special report for the United States Institute for Peace, Global Expert Paul Sullivan examines links between natural resources and effective statehood in both northern and southern Sudan, following the planned January 2011 referendum on southern Sudan’s potential secession.

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Peacekeepers die in Darfur

June 21st, 2010, Media Alerts

DARFUR, SUDAN – Three peacekeepers from Rwanda have been killed during an attack on UNAMID, the joint UN-African Union peacekeeping force in Darfur.

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Strengthening Sudan’s Elections

April 5th, 2010, Comment & Analysis

Elections are complicated things. This is true even in the most democratically experienced nations like the United States. The challenges are compounded in a nation like Sudan which has little electoral experience, is underdeveloped in many regions, and has a long history of conflict.

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