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23 May 1997 • 1,809 words • Reportage & Criticism
For fifty years, Southern Sudan has been a locus classicus of the British tradition of social anthropology, its ethnographic literature subject to countless reassessments by… more»
2 May 1985 • 2,453 words • Reportage & Criticism
In Africa the fall of a tyrant does not always presage better times. Worse things have happened in Uganda since the overthrow of Idi Amin—worse… more»
21 October 2004 • 856 words • Reportage & Criticism
Letter to the New York Review of Books In his review of Bill Clinton’s autobiography [NYRB, August 12], Garry Wills makes reference to the US… more»
2 August 2005 • 753 words • Reportage & Criticism
The death of John Garang de Mabior, the south Sudanese leader, in a helicopter crash near the Ugandan border, has raised fears for the future… more»
15 October 2004 • 2,228 words • Reportage & Criticism
Not long ago I took time off from the round of aid agencies and government departments in Khartoum to follow the road north, past the… more»
8 November 2004 • 910 words • Reportage & Criticism
Next week members of the UN Security Council will gather in Nairobi. The session is being held outside New York for the first time in… more»
30 September 1982 • 2,506 words • Reportage & Criticism
The south-eastern Nuba are one of a number of Nuba groups–partly Islamised but largely unarabised–who live in the southern part of the province of Kordofan,… more»
12 August 2004 • 3,948 words • Reportage & Criticism
Darfur is a 160,000-square-mile expanse of desert and savannah, an area the size of Texas or Spain, with five or six million inhabitants, that spreads… more»
4 May 1998 • 1,981 words • City of Words
In the course of Sudan’s long civil war it has become easy to create famine, easy both for the government and for the military factions… more»
August 1995 • 1,207 words • City of Words
Kodi Rahmatalla Kodi is in charge of logistics for the Nuba Relief, Rehabilitation… more»
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