The war in Darfur started as a classic war between farmers and camel
herders in the 1970s, and escalated throughout the 80s and 90s. It
began to receive international attention in 2003, after regeneracy
events occurred, tipping it over into a generational crisis war.
There was some news this past week: the commander of the U.N. forces
says that the war is over.
** U.N. commander claims that the Darfur war is over
But according to generational theory, the war can't be over, since
it's a crisis war, and there hasn't been an explosive climax. When
you realize that there are three million refugees living in tents in
the middle of the desert, being fed by international aid agencies, you
realize that the worst is yet to come.