Tag Archives: South Sudan

Let’s Talk Peace
By admin August 6, 2018

After nearly 5 years of civil war, South Sudan’s President Salva Kiir and Riek Machar are negotiating a deal that will allow the rebel leader to return to government as the most senior of five vice presidents, putting an end to a conflict that has killed tens of thousands and displaced millions. Elsewhere, the UN’s

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What Can the International Community do in South Sudan?
By admin September 28, 2017

  The civil war in South Sudan has become one of the worst humanitarian crises in recent years. The conflict, which has been largely drowned out in Western media by the Syrian War, has killed 300,000 people, internally displaced one million, and pushed two million refugees to several neighboring countries, with at least one million

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Genocide in South Sudan
By admin May 9, 2017

About a month ago, the UN commission of inquiry for South Sudan was given leverage to start targeting perpetrators that commit human rights abuses such as rapes and tortures that are being played out currently. To note, there are major concerns that South Sudanese nationals are being ethnically cleansed by government forces and their allies.

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Turning the Page in Juba
By admin June 17, 2016

We were all aware when South Sudan descended into a civil war lasting over two-years. Now in an attempt to heel South Sudan’s wounds, President Salva Kiir and the vice president Riek Machar’s have agreed the only route is through an “organized peace and reconciliation process with international backing”.  In a recent New York Times article

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