السيادة والسياسة ، والهيمنة والبقاء
[Sovereignty and Politics, Hegemony and Survival]
AbstractSince the beginning of the year 2011, the political crisis of Sudan expands everyday. The inevitable secession of Southern Sudan amplifies with the chronic crisis of Abyei pocket between the north and the south. However, most analysts vocalize their astonishment at irrational official behavior as the de facto state of war that currently prevails in the country and call it pure stupidity. In this paper we analyze what is behind the regime structure and the conception of the Hakimya that makes their regime fortified from accepting rationality, resilience and sense of truth to respond for solutions and help of the international society.
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Date of creation: May 2011
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Hakimya; Institutional Void; Hegemony; Political Crisis;
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- Daron Acemoglu & James Robinson, 1999.
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99-26, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Department of Economics.
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