De l’impact des interactions (in)opportunes entre acteurs internes et externes sur le séparatisme en Afrique - entre stratégies d’extraversion et instrumentalisation des fronts au(x) Soudan(s) (2002-2011)

par Nathalie Coste

Projet de thèse en Science politique / Relations Internationales

Sous la direction de Bertrand Badie.

Thèses en préparation à Paris, Institut d'études politiques , dans le cadre de Institut d'études politiques (Paris). École doctorale , en partenariat avec CERI-Sciences po (laboratoire) depuis le 01-10-2012 .

  • Résumé

    My research focuses on the impacts of (in)opportune interactions between local, regional and global actors on separatism in Africa. From individual to group and organized strategies; from socio-political to socio-economic dynamics; from formal to informal tools. In this respect, I am investigating the case of the Sudan(s) from 2002 to 2011. The main issue I will try to tackle consist of the following: How was the creation of a new State considered the only geopolitical solution to the civil conflict between North and South in Sudan, while the roots of the conflict(s) could be accounted for by the nature of the institutional and political Sudanese state apparatus? I am then planning to highlight some of the paradoxes that one could identify by confronting local and international attitudes and processes.

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