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Ethnicity and Tribalism: Are These the Root Causes of the Sudanese Civil Conflicts? African Conflicts and the Role of Ethnicity: A Case Study of Sudan

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  title={Ethnicity and Tribalism: Are These the Root Causes of the Sudanese Civil Conflicts? African Conflicts and the Role of Ethnicity: A Case Study of Sudan},
  author={Pamela Paglia},
  year={2007}
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