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Le Soudan, sociologie politique d’un régime islamiste

Abstract : The coming to power of the Islamists in Khartoum in June 1989 manifested the crisis of some of the regulations that guided the construction of the state in Sudan. The social and political transformations enforced by the new regime had little to do with the theses of Islamism and much more with a desire to re-appropriate a long-term state history by excluding certain sectors of the Sudanese society and reshaping the terms of a problematic social contract. Coercion and war have been two essential means of carrying out this policy. The role of the regional environment has been fundamental in the consolidation of authoritarianism and in justifying a trajectory that is both unique and, in many respects, consistent with that of warring rentier states.
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Roland Marchal. Le Soudan, sociologie politique d’un régime islamiste. Science politique. Sciences Po - Institut d'études politiques de Paris, 2021. Français. ⟨tel-03470577v1⟩



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