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From Civilians to Soldiers and from Soldiers to Civilians: Mobilization and Demobilization in Sudan
by Saskia Baas
Amsterdam University Press, 2012
eISBN: 978-90-485-1300-0 | Paper: 978-90-8964-396-4
Library of Congress Classification UA915.S73B22 2012

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Drawing on extensive research and personal accounts, this hard-hitting study investigates the processes of mobilization and demobilization of fighters from all factions during the long, drawn out civil war in Sudan. Through in-depth interviews with current and former combatants in Sudan Saskia Baas investigates how civilians get drawn into the conflict and what the deep consequences are for becoming part of a guerilla movement. The resulting narrative is fascinating and disturbing, while providing vivid insight into the dynamics of civil war that are relevant to conflicts all over the world. From Civilians to Soldiers and from Soldiers to Civilians will appeal to political scientists, military historians, and nonacademic audiences interested in the conflict in Sudan.

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