The Republic of Sudan is a country located in East Africa. The Republic of Sudan became a sovereign state in 1956 with assistance from Egypt and Britain.
After independence, a conflict arose between the Sudanese government, which was based in the north, and rebel groups, which were based in the south. After its independence, the conflict developed into a civil war between North and South Sudan.
The civil war in the new nation was sparked by internal political rivalries between President Salva Kiir Maryadit and Vice President Riek Machar Teny Dhurgon, which later developed into ethnic divisions in different parts of the country.
Particularly in the conflict between the South and the North, the United Nations has played a role by establishing 3 peace mission programs, namely: UNSFA, UNMIS, and UNMISS.
This civil war lasted from 1956 to 2011. The following are the factors that contributed to the …