Journal of Political Sciences & Public Affairs

Journal of Political Sciences & Public Affairs
Open Access

ISSN: 2332-0761

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Agberndifor Evaristus

Department Political Science and International Relations, Istanbul Aydin University, Istanbul, Turkey

  • Review Article   
    “Investigating the Causes of Civil Wars in Sub-Saharan Africa” Case Study: The Central African Republic and South Sudan
    Author(s): Agberndifor Evaristus*

    Civil wars are not new and they predate the modern nation states. From the time when nations gathered in welldefined or near defined geographical locations, there has always been internal wrangling between the citizens and the state for reasons that might not be very different from place to place. However, the tensions have always mounted up such that people took to the streets first to protest and sometimes, the immaturity of the government to listen to the demands of the people radicalized them for bloodshed. This paper shall empirically examine the cause of civil wars in Sub-Saharan Africa having at the back of its thoughts that civil wars are most times associated to political, economic and ethnic incentives. This paper shall try in empirical terms using data from already established research to prove these points. Firstly, it shall explain its independent variables which apparent.. Read More»
    DOI: 10.4172/2332- 0761.1000363

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