The reason is for not having confidence in two seperate "Sudanese States" is it may "plant the seeds for future disputes". Obiviously in this case there is going to be a antagonist (north) and a underdog (south) for the media to follow. This means this will start some type of groups dealing with mainly religion and ethnicity against each other over time over land. I just do not want it to turn to another "Bosnia" or "Rwanda". If you examine what led to those brutal conflicts, you will come to a conclusion that division was the main causes. Going back to our discussion on fear and how it moves people. In this case of the southern Sudanese you can say fear moved them to accomplish their dream which was independence. It took a generation under fear to overcome, but in this case it was not the youth similar to the "Arab Revolutions". Both sides regardless of religion or ethnicity are people who have aspirations to progress and have a suitable life.