Humanitarian Disaster in Darfur Argumentative Essay by hicaliber

Humanitarian Disaster in Darfur
This paper assesses the humanitarian disaster in Darfur.
# 93027 | 3,837 words | 8 sources | MLA | 2007 | US

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In this article, the writer looks at the history of Darfur and the difficult situation faced by the people in Darfur. The writer relates that the country where Darfur is situated is in Sudan and this was ruled by the United Kingdom till 1956. The writer notes that the country has not been free from natural and man made plagues like a bankrupt economy, war-ravaged lands, violent Islamic militancy and existing conflicts due to differences in religion, and culture and natural calamities like droughts and famines. The writer concludes that peace comes to human groups only when there is a certain amount of satisfaction of their expectations and the expectations vary from area to area and groups to groups. This is a part of what one may call culture.


Sample of Sources Used:

  • Anderson, Norman G. (1999) "Sudan in crisis (c): The failure of Democracy" University Press of Florida.
  • Awoniyi, Ola. (2004) "AU: Sudan troops poised for renewed offensive in Darfur" Accessed 12 February, 2006
  • Great Britain Foreign, Commonwealth Office. (2004) "Foreign and Commonwealth Office - Human Rights Annual Report 2004: Annual Report 2004" TSO Shop.
  • Great Britain Parliament - House of Lords European Union Committee. (2005) "House of Lord European Union Committee, Current Developments in European foreign Policy" TSO Shop.
  • Jok, Jok Madut. (2001) "Slavery in Sudan: Definitions and Outlines" University of Pennsylvania Press.

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