Reeves, Eric
August 2005
New Republic;8/1/2005, Vol. 233 Issue 5, p9
Focuses on the new Sudanese government, the "government of national unity" (GNU). Observation that the ascension of the GNU represents the formal end to war in southern Sudan where as many as 2.5 million people have died since 1983; Hopes that John Garang, leader of the southern Sudan People's Liberation Movement and new vice president, will use his new position to help end the genocide in Darfur; Role that the National Islamic Front (NIF), which retains key powers in the GNU, played in past genocide.


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