Thursday, February 13, 2014

Which Way to Peace in South Sudan?

The Institute for Security Studies (ISS) in South Africa published two brief commentaries on the situation in South Sudan. 

One dated 10 February 2014 and titled "South Sudan: What Is Really Standing in the Way of Lasting Peace?" by Sibongile Gida, intern, and Amanda Lucey, senior researcher at ISS, emphasizes that the provision of basic services is not as important as how they are distributed and to whom.

The second dated 11 February 2014 and titled "Talks in Addis Ababa Should Focus on a Political Solution for South Sudan" by Liesl Louw-Vaudran, ISS consultant, argues there will be no peace until the dispute within the ruling elite is addressed.

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