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Dividing the NileEgypt's Economic Nationalists in the Sudan 1918-56$
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David E. Mills

Print publication date: 2015

Print ISBN-13: 9789774166389

Published to Cairo Scholarship Online: May 2015

DOI: 10.5743/cairo/9789774166389.001.0001

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‘Successful’ Division of Water Resources

‘Successful’ Division of Water Resources

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(p.37) 2 ‘Successful’ Division of Water Resources
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Dividing the Nile
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David E. Mills

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American University in Cairo Press
DOI:10.5743/cairo/9789774166389.003.0003

This chapter recounts Egyptian involvement in early Sudanese economic development, concentrating on Nile River utilization and the provision of financial assistance. The Egyptian government participated in numerous technical commissions investigating potential hydraulic works along the Nile. It also provided both budgetary assistance for the development of Sudanese infrastructure and a subvention for military forces after the 1924 Allenby ultimatum. Eventually the potentially contentious issues of both Nile water sharing and the determination and repayment of debts would be successfully negotiated. However, this chapter argues that success in these endeavors was actually detrimental to the nationalists’ goal because the arrangements that were reached inherently treated Egypt and the Sudan as independent entities.

Keywords:   Nile River, Hydraulic works, Commissions, Debts, Allenby ultimatum, Infrastructure, Subvention

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