Humanitarian Intervention in the Sudan early 1990s
Design a POD where, at some point after 1992-93, the US embarks on a fullscale military campaign against the National Islamic Salvation Front govt in the Sudan, in support of the southern Sudanese black Christians and the Sudan Ppl's Liberation Army (SPLA), in their struggle for independence against the oppressive Islamic fundamentalist north and the Islamists' atrocities of mass slave-taking of Christians from the south and forced conversion of kidnapped Christian children, use of chem and bio weapons to suppress the insurgency, and blockading the SPLA-controlled areas in order to starve them into submission. How would such a US-led 'coalition of the willing' campaign have panned out ? Is such a humanitarian intervention in Sudan still possible thruout the last couple yrs since Sept 11 ? Despite the Sudanese govt's guarantees to the US that it's renounced all support of Islamic fundamentalist terrorism and signed a peace treaty with the SPLA, there's apparently been evidence that the north is still covertly conducting the war of forced conversion and oppression against the south's Christian pop.