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Getting Africa Right
South Sudan and the Case for Maps
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  • Andrew Allison

    What the map shows is that the situation is intractable The country is ruled by a highly-concentrated minority surrounded by the majority, i.e. given the manifest inability of African tribes to get along with each other, the only way to resolve the tension is for the majority to overthrow the minority,

  • Fat_Man

    Thank you. I read a lot of history, many histories simply lack adequate maps. Historians understand that things happen in the dimmension of time, but they do not adequately appreciate that there are dimensions of space as well.

  • Kevin

    Ironic there is no map in article claiming how much maps would help understand this problem…

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