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Transcript of Sudan
can cause are "Compact" states
The shape has little affect on the conflict, as Sudan and South Sudan are conflicted due to religious differences and how to market an oil industry.
Before the two countries separated the shape did have a large effect, as the South part of Sudan was far from the Capitol so they could rebel against the north. Shape The Centripetal Forces:
North Sudan: This was the main country until Southern Sudan won their independence and the have the pipelines of the oil which is what Southern Sudan wants
The Centrifugal Forces
South Sudan: They wanted independence and since they found out about the oil fields the have been going to Northern Sudan trying to obtain it Forces Location The states involved in the conflict are classified as Multinational-state. Sudan has more than one nation in its borders(Sudan and South Sudan.)The international recognition of South Sudan will confer upon its governments legal sovereignty.Even now there are still internal ethic divides and disputes with Sudan over the oil resource and the territorial boundaries. Type of State - Many foreign countries are involved including the United States and the U.N., which they stopped the Second Sudan War in 2005.
- On December 22, 2012 South Sudan shot down a U.N. Helicopter.
- Also China was caught between North and South Sudan's when Chinese workers were attacked. Outside Influences Our Opinions RJ: I really think they need to work this conflict through or else it is going to ruin their countries (Sudan and South Sudan). So bottom line is that this conflict isnt going to be over for a while but eventually it will end since the U.S. and the UN is involved
Elias: I think that Sudan and South Sudan have to resolve this conflict before it leads to more problems that can cause severe effects.
Corbin: I think the Sudanese people are foolish for the conflict. The problem is they are too stubborn to actually attemt and compromise. There is no need to completely separate due to religion; They could become separate statesbut do so on good term. If the South Sudanese people chose to be Christian then there is no way the North can change their mind, but they can separate but still become allies and work together in the oil industry.
Hunter: I do agree with what my teammates have to say, but i would have to include that the distribution and use of oil can benefit a country with money, so i can see why these people are fighting for it, because both countries can use the oil to their advantage. But i'm sure they would be able to find some way to fix this oil problem so that both countries can benefit, without the violence and chaos. Kind of Dispute This conflict is an Allocation boundary dispute. Sudan and South Sudan are fighting over the oilfields of Heglig. There is a lot of conflict with the two countries over who owns the oilfields. There are fears that the conflicts in Sudan
can cause a regional war. timeline: 1955: First civil war
1956:Sudan achieves independence
1969:Gaafar Mohamed El-Nimeiri leads the May Revolution Military Coup and becomes President
1971: Nimeiri sees that the communist leader is executed after a failed coup attempt
1972:Peace agreement is signed in Addis Ababa. This led to ten years of peace.
1978: Oil reserves are discovered in Bentiu in South Sudan.
1998: The US launches a missile on pharmaceutical plant in Khartoum because it was allegedly making materials for chemical weapons and has links to Al-Queda. Government dismisses claims.
2002: Government and SPLA sign a landmark peace deal. This brings and end to 19 years of civil war.
2007: Sudan accepts the deployment of a 26,000 AU-UN forces to Darfur.
2008: Northern and southern forces begin fighting over oil field found in the town of Abyei.
2009:northern and southern Sudan accept a ruling by the Hague which give the oil fields in Abyei to the North. Overview Who are fighting:
The Sudanese and South Sudanese are the people fighting.
1955-1972/1983-2005/ conflict going on present day.
What are combatants trying to acheive:
The ownership of oil fields split by the borders of the two countries.