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Since its independence on January 1, 1956, Sudan has been at war with itself. Through the Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) of 2005, the North--South dimension of the conflict was seemingly resolved by the Independence of the South on July 9, 2011. However, as a result of issues that were not resolved by the CPA, conflicts within the two countries have reignited conflict between them because of allegations of support for each other's rebels.
In Bound by Conflict: Dilemmas of the Two Sudans, Francis M. Deng and Daniel J. Deng critique the tendency to see these conflicts as separate and to seek isolated solutions for them, when, in fact, they are closely intertwined. The policy implication is that resolving conflicts within the two Sudans is critical to the prospects of achieving peace, security, and stability between them, with the potential of moving them to some form of meaningful association.
Francis Mading Deng is the first Permanent Representative of the newly independent country of South Sudan to the United Nations. Before assuming this position, he was the Special Adviser of the UN Secretary-General on the Prevention of Genocide at the level of Under-Secretary-General. He has also served as Representative of the Secretary-General on Internally Displaced Persons, as Sudan's ambassador to the Nordic Countries, Canada, and the United States, and as Minister of State for Foreign Affairs of Sudan.
Daniel Jok M. Deng is a Senior Advisor to the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) in South Sudan. He has also served as Advisor to local government and ministries in South Sudan. He has worked for international NGOs, UN agencies, inter-governmental organizations and the private sector in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Zimbabwe, South Africa and South Sudan.
Kevin M. Cahill, M.D. is University Professor and Director of Fordham University's Institute of International Humanitarian Affairs (IIHA). He also serves as President of the Center for International Humanitarian Cooperation (CIHC), Director of the Tropical Disease Center at Lenox Hill Hospital, Clinical Professor of Tropical Medicine and Molecular Parasitology at New York University School of Medicine, Chief Medical Advisor for Counterterrorism, NYPD, Professor of International Humanitarian Affairs at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, and Senior Consultant to the United Nations Health Service. Dr. Cahill has served as Chief Advisor on Humanitarian Affairs and Public Health for three Presidents of the United Nations General Assembly.