September 2002
African Business;Sep2002, Issue 279, p11
Editorial. Focuses on the peace agreement between the Khartoum government and the Sudan People's Liberation Movement. Impact of the war on the social and psychological aspect people in North and South Sudan; Emergence of Machakos Protocol; Factors influencing the conflict.


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