Monday, April 30, 2012
The Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO) published a brief study titled Drifting Apart? The Impact of Secession and Armed Violence on Border Areas in South Sudan. It focuses on the perspectives and interests of the borderland people and how they have been affected by the division of Sudan. The authors are Oystein H. Rolandsen, a senior researcher at PRIO, and Alfred Lukuji, dean of the College of Rural Development and Community Studies at the University of Juba. Click here to read the report.