Sudan country studies

Sudan country studies

Acknowledgments and Preface
History
Early History
Meroe
Christian Nubia
The Coming of Islam
The Decline of Christian Nubia
The Rule of the Kashif
The Funj
The Fur
The Turkiyah, 1821-85
The Mahdiyah, 1884-98
The Khalifa
Reconquest of Sudan
The Anglo-Egyptian Condominium, 1899-1955
Britain's Southern Policy
Rise of Sudanese Nationalism
The Road to Independence
The South and the Unity of Sudan
Independent Sudan
The Abbud Military Government, 1958-64
Return to Civilian Rule, 1964-69
The Nimeiri Era, 1969-85
The Southern Problem
Political Developments
National Reconciliation
The Transitional Military Council
Sadiq Al Mahdi
The Society and Its Environment
Geography
Soils
Rivers
Climate
Population
Ethnicity
Language
Ethnic Groups
The Muslim Peoples
Non-Muslim Peoples
Migration
Regionalism and Ethnicity
The Social Order
Northern Arabized Communities
Southern Communities
Urban and National Elites
Women and the Family
Religion
Islamic Movements and Religious Orders
Christianity
Indigenous Religions
Education
Health
The Economy
Economic Development
Agriculture
Livestock
Fisheries
Forestry
Manufacturing
Mining
Energy
Finance
Government
Institutions of Government
The Legal System
Southern and Western Sudan
Political Groups
Umma Party
Democratic Unionist Party
The Muslim Brotherhood
The Republican Brothers
Secular Political Parties
Sudanese People's Liberation Movement
Media
Foreign Relations
Egypt
Libya
Chad
United States
Bibliography

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