"In one of the most conflict ridden countries, Sudan, traditional leaders have been using the make love and not war from ancient times and until recently. Leaders of tribes used to marry from the ruling house of the neighbouring tribe. The marriage…"
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M.Sc in Development Studies 1983, Ph.D in politics, the University of Leeds,in 1990. Have been working as a researcher at the University of Khartoum since 1990. Published several monographs and articles on Darfur; including on drought, land, food security and the environment.
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