Peace by piece: Addressing Sudan’s conflicts
Publication date: 
2006
Accord issue: 
18

While presenting a tenable framework for resolving the north-south conflict, the Comprehensive Peace Agreement has not brought about comprehensive peace for Sudan. It is one element in what is a piecemeal approach to resolving Sudan conflicts.

Editors Mark Simmons and Peter Dixon introduce the articles in this Accord issue, which contains sections exploring the background to the conflicts, reflecting on the IGAD peace process, and discussing who and what has been excluded so far, and what that means for sustained peacebuilding in Sudan.