OP-ED

Opinion Pieces

April 2, 2019

Truth hurts but it pays off:

Dr Luka Biong My interview with Jongkor went viral and created unprecedented debate in social media but importantly inside South Sudan. A friend of mine in Juba told me “with this interview you have committed political suicide as you have angered the overwhelming majority of Dinka”. Others and especially youth from various ethnic groups including

July 5, 2018

Initial Impressions: the Khartoum proposal on governance

These are my initial thoughts and conclusions on the Khartoum proposal on how South Sudan should be  be governed: The Executive and the system of governance.   Dr Remember Miamingi   I must start by saying, from a power-sharing paradigm, the Khartoum mediators’ latest proposal on power sharing is a decent attempt by a mediation,

January 14, 2018

Remaining Focused on Building a South Sudan “Nation”

Alfred Sebit Lokuji 14 January 2018 Introduction South Sudan is a whirl-pool in which those caught in the currents appear unable to regain both their coordinates as well as composure. The aura of self- importance and infallibility on the side of government is so strong that a libertarian would die of asphyxia just for coming

December 12, 2017

Revitalising the 2015 Agreement on the Resolution of the Conflict in the Republic of South Sudan (ARCSS)

The Missing Elements and why it’s a Fragile Exercise 09 December 2017 Constantine Bartel Each passing day, South Sudanese spirit of unity and “one nation” is eroded. South Sudanese are worse off today as regards to security; essential services an impartial judicial system and law enforcement. What is more, none of the above failures has