You don't provide sources worth a damn and your second-last sentence contradicts your first.
If you knew a thing about the issues of the Sudans from 700km away in Kenya, you'd probably know George Bush's role in the Comprehensive Peace Agreement - NOT the SPLA which is the Sudan People's Liberation Army.
I'll give you a hint, while you're in China - you may actually learn more from there than from Kenya.
John C. Danforth.
You made the claim Leonid, the burden of proof is on you to support it. If you want evidence for any claims I've made, let me know, but it's difficult for me to cite sources that prove a negative.
You mean the Comprehensive Peace Agreement which failed after 2 years , and lead to South Sudanese independence?
This is what my research on John C. Danforth produced:
From Monica Duffy Toft's Securing The Peace:
In January 2002 U.S. special envoy Jon Danforth brokered a cease-fire between the government and SPLM/A rebels in the Nuba mountains. Danforth hoped that this break in fighting could be expanded into an overall ceas-fire, but within six months it became clear that the government had used the armistice to redeploy its troops and aircraft to the oil-rich Western Upper Nile, where fighting and attacks against non-combatants escalated as a result.
From the Woodrow Wilson's Implementing Sudan’s Comprehensive Peace Agreement:
The Americans, who played a vital role in the CPA negotiations, put forth a proposal on the Abyei issue in March 2004. This proposal, which became the Abyei Protocol of the CPA, was written by the staff of U.S. Special Envoy Senator John Danforth.
From Enough, The project to end genocide and crimes against humanity's Abyei: Sudan's West Bank report:
South Sudan’s July 9, 2011 Independence Day is fast approaching, but ongoing violence in Abyei, including the deliberate burning of villages by northern-aligned forces and the displacement of 20,000 people, threatens to undo progress toward peace in Sudan.
So let's recap. Your argument is that Bush resolved the civil war in Sudan during his first term. This was achieved through the appointment of John Danforth as special envoy.
Danforth brokered a failed peace deal in 2002 that lead to greater human atrocities by giving government troops an advantage. Later, Danforth contributed one of the six protocols that made up the Comprehensive Peace Arrangement organised by the IGAD (Intergovernmental Authority on Development), which essentially created a new West Bank in Sudan claimed by multiple parties, which lead to further genocide and violence against civilians. Danforth retired in late 2004, the CPA failed within 2 years (while Bush was still in power), and South Sudan became an independent nation as a result. During this time, conflict continued in Darfur, while Libya and Egypt brokered a peace deal between Sudan and the SPLA (which has held to this day).
You go on to claim that Obama is responsible for the new civil war in South Sudan, because he 'pulled assets' against the pleas of the South Sudanese President. A claim that you haven't been able to substantiate in any way, which I've only found referenced in alt-right opinion pieces (which also failed to support the claim).
What am I missing?