South Sudan Salvages Peace Agreement, But More Pressure Needed

Rival parties have temporarily salvaged prospects for peace, agreeing on a six-month deadline extension to allow for the formation of a unity government. However, the country's external partners must sustain pressure on both sides to preserve a ceasefire and maintain consensus on a path forward, writes International Crisis Group.

  • South Sudan:   A Critical Six Months for South Sudan

    ICG, 8 May 2019

    South Sudan's rival parties have temporarily salvaged prospects for peace, agreeing a six-month deadline extension to allow for the formation of a unity government. But the… Read more »

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