Locations

Sudan

Select a country in the map above or list below to find relevant staff, as well as publications, projects, news or events relevant to that region.

People

Helene Molteberg Glomnes

Helene Molteberg Glomnes

Research Assistant

Ingrid Marie Breidlid

Ingrid Marie Breidlid

Doctoral Researcher

Jacob Høigilt

Jacob Høigilt

Senior Researcher

Luka Biong Deng Kuol

Luka Biong Deng Kuol

PRIO Global Fellow

Maria Gabrielsen Jumbert

Maria Gabrielsen Jumbert

Research Director, Senior Researcher

Øystein H. Rolandsen

Øystein H. Rolandsen

Senior Researcher

Publications

Peer-reviewed Journal Article

Rolandsen, Øystein H. & Cherry Leonardi (2014) Discourses of violence in the transition from colonialism to independence in southern Sudan, 1955–1960, Journal of Eastern African Studies 8(4): 609–625.
Jumbert, Maria Gabrielsen & David Lanz (2013) Globalised Rebellion: The Darfur insurgents and the world, Journal of Modern African Studies 51(2): 193–217.
Rolandsen, Øystein H. (2011) A False Start: Between War and Peace in the Southern Sudan, 1956–62, Journal of African History 52(1): 105–23.

Book Chapter

Jumbert, Maria Gabrielsen (2015) Activist Mobilization and the Internationalization of the Darfur Crisis, in Casciarri, Barbara ; Munzoul A. M. Assal; & Francois Ireton, eds, Multidimensional Change in Sudan (1989–2011): Reshaping Livelihoods, Conflicts and Identities. New York, Oxford: Berghahn Books.
Jumbert, Maria Gabrielsen (2008) Darfour, Les réponses internationales à la crise [Darfur: the international responses to the crisis], in Ramsès 2009. Paris: Dunod (198–200).

Edited Volume

Anderson, David M.; & Øystein H. Rolandsen, eds, (2015) Politics and Violence in Eastern Africa: The Struggles of Emerging States. London & New York: Routledge.

Non-refereed Journal Article

Popular Article

Rolandsen, Øystein H.; Ingrid Marie Breidlid & Maria Gabrielsen Jumbert (2012) Sudan and South Sudan: negotiating amidst brinkmanship and armed rebellions, Open Democracy, 17 September.
Rolandsen, Øystein H.; Ingrid Marie Breidlid & Maria Gabrielsen Jumbert (2012) Tiden renner ut [Time is Running Out], Dagsavisen, 6 August.

Conference Paper

Rolandsen, Øystein H. & Nicki Kindersley (2016) They are not forbidden from using violence: State Responses to the Anyanya Insurgency in Torit, 1955–1972, presented at 35th Sudan Studies Association Conference , Long Island University, Brooklyn, New York, 28 May 2016.

PRIO Paper

Høigilt, Jacob & Øystein H. Rolandsen (2010) Making Cooperation Attractive: Post-referendum Relations between Egypt and the Sudan, PRIO Paper. Oslo: PRIO.
Høigilt, Jacob; Åshild Falch & Øystein H. Rolandsen (2010) The Sudan Referendum and Neighbouring Countries: Egypt and Uganda, PRIO Paper. Oslo: PRIO.

Report - Other

Baldo, Suliman; Maria Gabrielsen Jumbert; Fabienne Hara; Damian Helly; Fouad Hikmat; Michael Kevane; Roland Marchal; Tim Murithi; Luke Patey; & Damian Helly (2009) Post-2011 scenarios in Sudan: What role for the EU?6. Paris: ISS-EU.

Report - External Series

Rolandsen, Øystein H.; & Jacob Høigilt (2010) Egypt and the Darfur Conflict, NOREF Policy Brief, 9. Oslo: NOREF.
Høigilt, Jacob (2010) Darfur between war and peace, NOREF Article. Oslo: NOREF.
Rolandsen, Øystein H.; Ingrid Marie Breidlid; & Maria Gabrielsen Jumbert (2012) Negotiations between Sudan and South Sudan: a two-track process could facilitate agreements on outstanding issues., Noref Article. Oslo: Noref.

News

Past Events

Blog Posts

Unlikely Partners: The EU-Horn of Africa Migration Route Initiative

Posted by Cindy Horst & Maimuna Mohamud on Wednesday, 22 April 2015

Should the EU cooperate with regional states to manage and control migration from the Horn of Africa? Proponents of greater migration control within the EU increasingly favor the use of political and economic incentives as an approach to prevent migration from the Horn of Africa and elsewhere, effectively through increasingly ... Read more »

No Prospects of Cooling Down: why the Crisis in South Sudan must be Solved Immediately

Posted by Øystein Rolandsen & Maral Mirshahi on Sunday, 22 December 2013

The South Sudan crisis becomes more difficult to solve by the hour. The window of opportunity to avoid a full scale civil war is rapidly closing. But, finding a viable solution is dependent on a precise diagnosis of core issues involved. Read more at the blog of the Norwegian Centre ... Read more »