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Deng, F. (2005) ‘Sudan’s Turbulent Road to Nationhood’, in borders, nationalism and the African state, R. R. Laremont, ed., London: Lynne Reiner
Keywords: Sudan,Nationalism

James, W. (2000)‘The Multiple Voices of Sudanese Airspace’, in R. Fardon and G. Furniss (eds.), African Broadcast Cultures, Oxford: James Currey Publishers: 198-215.

James, W. (2001)‘“People-friendly” projects and practical realities: some contradictions on the Sudan-Ethiopian border’, in M-B. Johannsen & N. Kastfelt (eds.),  Sudanese Society in the Context of Civil War (Copenhagen: University of Copenhagen North/South Priority Research Area, Centre of African Studies: 29-47.

James, W. (2007) ‘War and Survival in Sudan’s Frontierlands: Voices from the Blue Nile’, Oxford: OUP- in press.

Johnson, Douglas H. (1986) 'On the Nilotic frontier: Imperial Ethiopia in the Southern Sudan, 1898-1936', in D. Donham & W. James (eds), The Southern Marches of Imperial Ethiopia: Essays in History and Social Anthropology (Cambridge: CUP): 219-45

Johnson, Douglas H. (2000) ‘Conquest and colonisation: soldier settlers in the Sudan and Uganda’, Sudan Notes & Records, NS 4: 59-79

Johnson, Douglas H. (2008) 'Why Abyei matters: the breaking point of Sudan’s comprehensive peace agreement?', African Affairs, 107/426: 1-19

Johnson, Douglas H. (2009) 'Decolonizing the borders in Sudan: ethnic territories and national development', in Mark Duffield & Vernon Hewitt (eds), Empire, Development and Colonialism: The Past in the Present, James Currey: 176-87

Johnson, Douglas H. (2010b) When Boundaries become Borders: the Impact of Boundary-making in Southern Sudan’s Frontier Zones, (London/Nairobi: Rift Valley Institute) Download

Johnson, Douglas H. (2011b) 'Abyei: Sudan’s West Bank', Washington DC: Enough Project, 12pp Download

Soi, I. (2007), “Uganda-Sudan: un confine complicato”, Africa LXII/2, Roma, pp. 291-305.

Titeca, K. (2009) “The changing Cross-border Trade Dynamics between North-western Uganda, North-eastern Congo and Southern Sudan”, Crisis States Working Paper 63 series 2, London School of Economcis and Political Science,Crisis States Research Centre, London. Download

Zeller, Wolfgang (2010): 'Illicit Resource Flows in Sugango – Making War and Profit in the Border Triangle of Sudan, Uganda and Congo-DRC', In Henni Alava (ed), Exploring the Security-Development Nexus. Perspectives from Nepal, Northern Uganda and 'Sugango'. 111-130. Helsinki: Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Keywords: Uganda,South Sudan,DRC,security,development

Zeller, Wolfgang (2013): Get It While You Can – Governance Between Wars in the Uganda-South Sudan Borderland, In Benedikt Korf and Timothy Raeymaekers (eds.), Violence on the Margins. States, Conflict, and Borderlands. 193-218. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. Download
Keywords: Uganda,South Sudan,boom town,border town,violence,security,transport corridor