Will Sudan be more stable or less stable over the course of the next 2 years? Top priority pertai...

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Will Sudan be more stable or less stable over the course of the next 2 years? Top priority pertains to relationship between components of stability and how they influence stability overall. by Mind Map: Will Sudan be more stable or less stable over the course of the next 2 years? Top priority pertains to relationship between components of stability and how they influence stability overall.

1. Social Conflict

1.1. Famine

1.2. Illiteracy

1.3. Access to education

1.4. Access to immunizations

1.5. Infant mortality

1.6. Struggle over personal ownership of potable water

1.7. Insufficient flash floods emergency infrastructure

1.8. Social stratification

1.9. Tribal grievances

1.10. Religious grievances

1.11. Fuel subsidy cut protests

1.12. Political Repression

2. Relations with South Sudan

2.1. Sovereignty over Abyei

2.2. Oil Refinement Policies

2.2.1. Port Sudan

2.3. Blue Nile Popular Consultations

2.4. South Kordofan Popular Consultatons

3. Geopolitics

3.1. Nile River water allocation per country

3.2. Popular geopolitics

3.3. Formal geopolitics

3.4. Practical geopolitics

3.5. Oil pipelines with South Sudan

3.6. Climate Change Reducing Arable Land

3.7. Hala'ib Triangle Dispute with Egypt

4. Domestic Insurgencies

4.1. Blue Nile

4.1.1. Sudan People's Liberation Movement-North

4.2. South Kordofan

4.2.1. Justice and Equality Movement

4.3. Darfur

4.3.1. Sudan Liberation Movement

4.3.1.1. Sudan Revolutionary Front

4.4. East Sudan

4.5. Abyei

5. National Congress Party Rivalries

5.1. Defection of Ghazi Salah Al-Deen Al-Attabani from Party

5.1.1. Movement for Reform Now Party

5.2. Disagreements over fuel subsidies being cut

5.3. Role of Islam in Sudan's Future

5.4. Succession

5.4.1. Bakri Hassan Saleh

6. Economics

6.1. United Nations

6.1.1. Missions in Sudan

6.1.2. Food and Agriculture Organization

6.1.3. International Fund for Agricultural Development

6.2. Refusal of Aid in South Kordofan and Blue Nile

6.3. Italy

6.3.1. Agricultural Refinement

6.3.2. Educational Partnerships

6.3.2.1. European Union

6.4. China

6.4.1. Oil Refinement Technologies

6.5. Gold Refinement

6.5.1. Chad

6.5.2. Central African Republic

6.5.3. Libya

7. Ricardo Guardiola Sudan [email protected]

8. LEGEND