Can there be a peaceful future for South Sudan?

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When South Sudan became independent 10 years ago, its president, Salva Kiir, promised a new beginning.
The excitement was soon replaced by a civil war, fragile peace deals, and humanitarian crises.
The country is poorly developed.
Millions are still displaced from the civil war, and half the population urgently need aid.
So what's the future for the world's youngest nation?

Presenter: Mohammed Jamjoom

Guests:
Geoffrey Duke - Director, South Sudan Action Network on Small Arms.

Nyagoah Tut Pur- South Sudan researcher Human Rights Watch.

James Okuk - Senior Research Fellow, Center for Strategic and Policy Studies.

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Category
South Sudan
Tags
10 years, Human rights, south sudan, peace
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