International Conflict: Darfur, Sudan (Case Study)

Darfur is in
South Sudan
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Two ethnic groups who had tension
Ethnic Arab and Black Groups
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Groups had tension due to 2 reasons
Resources and Ideology
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Government start to remove Arab (Nuba) people from mountainous regions in...
1989
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Black Rebels form
Sudanese Liberation Army (SLA)
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(Along with Arab militants) Government form
Janjaweed
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Janjaweed carried out 'Scorched Weed' in what year
Summer 2003
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How many civilians died?
400,000
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How many displaced? + how many fled to Chad?
2.8 Million, 250,000
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What occurred that brought food shortages?
Drought
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What impacts were these?
Social
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What did 'Scorched Earth' destroy?
Everything!
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What % of Donkeys died in IDP camps, and what were they used for?
75%, used for transport of water and fuel
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What impacts were these?
Economic
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What did the increase demand for water lead to?
A decrease in the water table
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What did the IDP camps use for building and what did this cause?
Timber and Deforestation
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'Scorched Earth' led to what kinds of pollution?
Water and Air
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Total amount of people affected
5,000,000
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What did the UN do to try and relieve the conflict?
Froze assets and Imposed travel bans for Militia
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What was there in 2006?
Peace Treaty
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Small or Large scale fighting since + over what?
Small, over resources such as oil and water
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