State-building South Sudan : : international intervention and the formation of a fragmented state / / by Sara de Simone.

How did South Sudan become one of the most striking examples of state-building failure and state collapse after years of international support? What went wrong in the state-building enterprise? How did external intervention overlap and intertwine with local processes of accumulation of power and of...

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Superior document:African social studies series ; Volume 46
Place / Publishing House:Leiden ;, Boston : : Brill,, [2022]
Year of Publication:2022
Series:African social studies series ; Volume 46.
Physical Description:1 online resource (229 pages)
Notes:The rise and fall of the Southern Sudanese state explained through an in-depth and empirically grounded analysis of the intersection between externally supported state-building projects and the historical process of endogenous state formation.
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