Study War No More offers a fascinating study of certain aspects of asymmetrical warfare in Africa, an angle rarely covered in literature on armed uprisings. In particular, it focuses on warfare strategies and military tactics deployed in combat. Engaging with high-profile commanders of the formidable rebel group, the Sudanese Justice and Equality Movement (JEM), the author proceeds to investigate a reality he finds most perplexing. Biographies of the commanders interviewed in the book show clearly that rebels are not born. They are a product of injustice.