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UFES. The text searchs to argue, from notice on the Sudodisponibilizadas in periodicals between January of 2006 and May of 2007, asituao economic politics and of that region, if not forgetting internal religious seusconflitos. INTRODUCTION When analyzing the current situation doSudo, we come across in them with different possible answers for what realmenteest happening in the country. Different authors possess different eposicionamentos vises in relation to the reasons of the internal conflicts Sudanese. Entreos authors with global analyses and that they collaborate in pointing out the situation of the pasestudado one, we will argue three position: of Samuel Huntington, of FrancisFukuyama and of Michael Hardt and Antonio Negri. The Huntington QUARREL, in ‘ ‘ Shock dasCivilizaes’ ‘ January: Objective, 1997), all argue during the book the great Civilizations, between them the Islamic one.

To it, this civilization currently passes for a process of ascension, reaffirmation and expansion, entering in conflict, together with China, with the pretensesuniversalistas of the Ocidente, in its Christian majority, religion that tends to adiminuir. However, the maisperigosos conflicts do not occur between civilizations. The Isl is a Civilization that nopossui State-Nucleus due to the religious fundamentalismo, what it causes emconflitos between tribes and etnias, inside of the proper civilizations. The islamismo, influencing culture evalores, makes it difficult the democracy in the countries members. This difficulty doislamismo is a rejection to the Ocidente, not being related to the modernization, industrialization and development. The fundamentalist governments islmicosganham force in the decade of 1990, where have as example, Sudan. Essasditaduras if apiam in clans or tribes they costumavam to depend on doexterior support.

However, the domination of the Ocidente in these countries was shaken apso occasions of the oil, that had decisive paper in the Muslim revitalizao. The author still foresees tense relations doOcidente with the Isl and China, civilizations that it calls challenger. AChina, according to it, has the biggest probability to defy the Ocidente.

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