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DR. RIANG ZUOR: The Problem with Sa...

DR. RIANG ZUOR: The Problem with Salva Kiir and his Unreasonable Cronies

It has been reported by many media outlets that Salva Kiir and his group had a public rally in Juba on the 18th of March 2015. It is reported that the purpose of the rally was for the president to inform the public of why he had returned to Juba without a peace agreement signed. The contents of his... FULL STORY »

DR. LAM AKOL: Power Sharing in the ...

DR. LAM AKOL: Power Sharing in the Context of Conflict Resolution

The current civil war in South Sudan, like all conflicts, must end up one day in a negotiated peaceful settlement. Although parties to the conflict realize this obvious fact, they try to extract unrealistic concessions from their opponents and in the process lengthen the conflict and new demands... FULL STORY »

LUL GATLUAK: Will Salva Kiir resist...

LUL GATLUAK: Will Salva Kiir resist the call to step down?

If Salva Kiir survives the call to step down as the head of South Sudan for ordering his private army to massacre Nuer to give peace a chance, will he also retain an absolute power to run the country as his own property by the so-called presidential decrees in an awaited transitional government of... FULL STORY »

Lakes State Crisis in South Sudan (...

Lakes State Crisis in South Sudan (Part Two)

UNT – According to different analysts who analyze Lakes State problem, some came to realize that the reason why President of the Republic of South Sudan, General Salva Kiir Mayardit is not willing to sack Military Caretaker Governor Matur Chuot Dhol is due to number of threats and... FULL STORY »

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South Sudan: To Either Abide With Human Rights and Cooperate with the UNIMISS or Quit the ...

UNT – Following the expulsion of the UNMISS Human Rights Investigator Sandra Beidas (a British National), from South Sudan, this new country seems to have opened yet another chapter... FULL STORY »

Appeasing Local Leaders on Abyei or The ‘ Mile 14 Area’ Will Come at a Cost

UNT – No wonder that the implementation of the ComprehensiveCooperation Agreement(CCA) signed on 27 September 2012 between the two Sudans which includes, oil exportation and security... FULL STORY »

The ‘Kambo’ and ‘Jongo’ Business in the Sudanese Relationships

UNT – The article which appeared on the 8th of October 2012 in the Sudan Tribune online under the title “South Sudanese labour: refill the ’Kambo’ – doesn’t only... FULL STORY »

The Africa You Know Isn’t The Africa We Know

UNT – You may be an African, a leader at the same time, and you may tell others that here is my Africa on the map indicating that your Africa is a good place worth living. You may... FULL STORY »

Why the UNSC Seems Far Away From The “Nitty Gritty” of The Two Su...

UNT – Undoubtedly there is much to learn when it comes to the politics of the Sudan once the giant of the continent of Africa with one million square kilometers in area and now broken into two... FULL STORY »

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