Darfour : une guerre villes-campagnes

Abstract : Darfur's war, which led to the displacement of one third of the population and to a complete disruption of the agro-pastoral economy, brutally accelerated the urban growth of the region. His move toward the regrouping of the population was facilitated and rendered irreversible par the international military and humanitarian interventions, the displaced being from now on depending on aid and nex ways of life which it brought in. For the Sudan government, the towns are the siege of the control over the population and of the unification of values at the national level, through the uprooting of regional identities and sense of belonging, as well as the cores of a colonial economy of a new type, where the predatory activities of the ruling circles are directed by the tenets and constraints of globalization.
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Marc Lavergne. Darfour : une guerre villes-campagnes. Revue de Géographie de l'Est, 2010, pp.5-15. ⟨halshs-00436683⟩

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