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Doubt Over Lasting Peace Between Two Sudan

As soon as the Sudanese and South Sudanese governments signed a deal on 27 September to secure their shared border and boost trade, the...

Can South Sudan Learn From the Alaska Model?

South Sudan will be celebrating the first anniversary of its independence on July 9. But the day will be marred by the fact that...

South Sudan’s President Criticizes World’s Stance on Heglig Dispute

South Sudan president Salva Kiir Mayardit on Friday strongly criticised international community including the United Nations and African Union for showing "deliberate" failure to...

Conflict Risk Alert – Stopping the Spread of Sudan’s New Civil...

Khartoum's most recent military offensive -- this time in Blue Nile state -- adds to fresh fighting between government and opposition forces in Southern Kordofan and recent hostilities in Abyei. With hundreds of thousands of people displaced, at least 20,000 of whom have fled into Ethiopia from Blue Nile in recent days, the growing war on multiple fronts poses serious dangers for the country, for its future relationship with the Republic of South Sudan and for the stability of the region as a whole.

UN Member States Gather to Welcome South Sudan to Community of...

South Sudan's independence from the rest of Sudan is the result of the January 2011 referendum held under the terms of the 2005 Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) that ended the decades-long civil war between the North and the South.