The Darfur crisis, dwell in the western territory of
Sudan, a civil war that delineates upon the grave state
of affairs. Since 2003, the Darfur region has been reported dislocated
or migrated, providing the base argument to the world and the UN,
referring genocide. Although establishing the insurgency
distinctiveness, the crisis in the Darfur region has been generally
referred to as tribal ethnic clashes between African inhabitants and
Arab intruders. A justification that appears to be unsuccessful to
elucidates the intricate situation belying the conflicting situation. This
research aimed at two main contributing aspects – the politicoeconomic reasons for the crisis. Most significant, in investigating the
conflict situation in Darfur with an approach that leads beyond the
ethnic divide justification, it appears probable to discover issues, such
as politico-economic reasons, imperative to address the issue in
order to attain stability in Sudan.
1-Assad Mehmood Khan: PhD Scholar,Department of Political Science & IR, Qurtuba University of Science & IT, Peshawar, KP, Pakistan.2-Nazim Rahim: Assistant Professor,Department of Political Science & IRQurtuba University of Science & IT, Peshawar, KP, Pakistan. 3-Sajjad Ali khan: Assistant Professor,Department of International Relation, Abdul Wali Khan University, Mardan, KP, Pakistan.
Africa, Sudan, Darfur, Genocide, Socio-Political, Socio-Economic, Civil War