South Sudan in Need of Stronger Institutions and Reconciliation
South Sudan's leaders, regional partners, the international community, and the Troika, need to shift from a short-term approach to a more sustainable one. This should take several things into consideration including the country's lack of political capacity, political and ethnic grievances, its lack of institutions, and the general failure of long term conflict mitigation efforts, writes Andrew Edward Tchie for The Conversation.
The Conversation Africa, 10 July 2018
As warring sides battle it out on the ground, the leaders in South Sudan seem to have come to a peace deal after almost five years of fighting. Read more »
UPDF trucks carrying Ugandans and others from several countries who had been stranded in South Sudan.
Capital FM, 11 July 2018
President Uhuru Kenyatta held a meeting with General Thomas Waldhauser, the US-Africa Command Commander Wednesday morning where they discussed regional security including the… Read more »
South Sudan: Counter Attacks Dash Peace Hopes
CAJ News, 6 July 2018
A NEW peace deal aimed at ending the five-year civil war in South Sudan is further hanging in the balance after clashes between government forces and rebel groups have left at… Read more »