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A Poisonous Thorn in Our Hearts Sudan and South Sudan's

What happened after Africa's biggest country split in two? When South Sudan ran up its flag in July 2011 two new nations came into being In South Sudan a former rebel movement faces colossal challenges in building a new country At independence it was one of the least developed places on earth after decades of conflict and neglect The 'rump state' Sudan has been debilitated by devastating civil wars including in Darfur and lost a significant part of its territory and most of its oil wealth after the divorce from the South In the years after separation the two Sudans dealt with crippling economic challenges struggled with new and old rebellions and fought each other along their disputed borderBenefiting from unsurpassed access to the politicians rebels thinkers and events that are shaping the Sudans Copnall draws a compel ling portrait of two misunderstood countries A Poisonous Thorn in Our Hearts argues that Sudan and South Sudan remain deeply interdependent despite their separation It also diagnoses the political failings that threaten the future of both countries The author puts the turmoil of the years after separation into a broader context reflecting the voices hopes and experiences of Sudanese and South Sudanese from all walks of lifeWhat happened after Africa's biggest country split in two? When South Sudan ran up its flag in July 2011 two new nations came into being In South Sudan a former rebel movement faces colossal challenges in building a new country At independence it was one of the least developed places on earth after decades of conflict and neglect The 'rump state' Sudan has been debilitated by devastating civil wars including in Darfur and lost a significant part of its territory and most of its oil wealth after the divorce from the South In the years after separation the two Sudans dealt with crippling economic challenges struggled with new and old rebellions and fought each other along their disputed borderBenefiting from unsurpassed access to the politicians rebels thinkers and events that are shaping the Sudans Copnall draws a compel ling portrait of two misunderstood countries A Poisonous Thorn in Our Hearts argues that Sudan and South Sudan remain deeply interdependent despite their separation It also diagnoses the political failings that threaten the future of both countries The author puts the turmoil of the years after separation into a broader context reflecting the voices hopes and experiences of Sudanese and South Sudanese from all walks of lifeWhat happened after Africa's biggest country split in two? When South Sudan ran up its flag in July 2011 two new nations came into being In South Sudan a former rebel movement faces colossal challenges in building a new country At independence it was one of the least developed places on earth after decades of conflict and neglect The 'rump state' Sudan has been debilitated by devastating civil wars including in Darfur and lost a significant part of its territory and most of its oil wealth after the divorce from the South In the years after separation the two Sudans dealt with crippling economic challenges struggled with new and old rebellions and fought each other along their disputed borderBenefiting from unsurpassed access to the politicians rebels thinkers and events that are shaping the Sudans Copnall draws a compel ling portrait of two misunderstood countries A Poisonous Thorn in Our Hearts argues that Sudan and South Sudan remain deeply interdependent despite their separation It also diagnoses the political failings that threaten the future of both countries The author puts the turmoil of the years after separation into a broader context reflecting the voices hopes and experiences of Sudanese and South Sudanese from all walks of life