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A substantiated concept evidenced by the Second Sudanese Civil War, as the prior is essentially responsible for the recent succession of South Sudan, dissociating two ethnical groups, forcibly put together by former colonialist ties. It was a Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) that ended their two decade long war, and put forth a framework that would ultimately revise the economical, and social, design of Sudan, and subsequently most of Africa. Fundamentally, the CPA would not bring an end to the animosity between the North and the South, as border tensions, and fair oil distribution, have continued to disjoint the neighboring nations to this day. This analysis will put forth a historical, and descriptive, dialogue of the hostilities, in an attempt to illustrate the causal... ... middle of paper ... ...abase. Natsios, A. S. (2012).
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First, it could be very easy to label Democratic Republic of Congo as a “Country of Wars”. Since D.R Congo becomes the most industrialized country in Africa after it is completely independent in 1960, D.R Congo has bled itself onto the ground due to the brutal impact of civil war and the lack of infrastructure. Congo’s problems are very complex. According ... ... middle of paper ... ... or rebuild economic relationships between communities. Most importantly is to improve people awareness to create a better country.
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Firstly, the European could not colonize Africa easily, due to Africa’s giant land mass and the diseases that spread throughout the land. But then, came the Steam train, Maxim guns and new cures for diseases that paved the way for the Europeans to control Africa. Since one of the reasons Europeans wanted to colonize Africa was that they wanted to ‘civilize’ the people, the leader of Germany, Otto Von Bismarck, decide that they have a conference to split the land and not fight each other. Soon, in 1914, nearly all African countries were colonized by Europeans except for Ethiopia and Liberia. Different countries had different styles of colonization.