OP-ED

Opinion Pieces

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

May 19, 2017

Perspectives on Opposition Unity and the Path to Peace

South Sudan, the Big Questions: Opposition Unity? Talk Peace? Or Fight? 4 May 2017 Opposition to Jubahas grown from individual mutterings, to public dissents by journalists, and now, to armed resistance. The incremental opposition to Kiir’s regime should come as no surprise as this government has shown no appetite for criticism from any quarters, and

March 10, 2017

On President Kiir’s Day of Prayer, Church Leaders Demand Justice and Peace

Juba March 10 2017. Archbishop, Paulino Lukudu Loro, Archbishop of of Greater Equatoria attended the national day of prayers that was called by President Salva Kiir. The day according to the president will bring together all South Sudanese to ask God for forgiveness and open a new chapter. The Archbishop addressed the president by calling for:

January 20, 2017

South Sudan Cannot Be Allowed to Collapse

By Andrew S. Natsios JAN. 20, 2017 Andrew S. Natsioswrites In a NYTimes Op-ed that South Sudan must not be allowed to collapse. The only way forward, according to Mr. Nasios is for new local actorsto broker a new political settlement, with outsiders acting as only supporting cast during the negotiations but guaranteeing its enforcement after