Sudan has long been a country of two halves, united by colonial boundaries. Juba, the capital of South Sudan, was the center of huge celebration when the country was declared a new and independent state in 2012. This landmark book recounts how the South history unrolled over the past 100 years - essential reading for anyone needing to understand Sudan today.
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