Peacebuilding in Sudan: Micro- Macro Issues

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South Sudan, many pasts, no solutions?

Op-ed, von habsburg-Lothringen

'Now, the headlines seem to predict the trajectory of yet another failed state: committees investigating human rights abuses, demands for accountability, threat of sanctions, the call for justice, humanitarian appeals, accusations of international interference, trials against coup plotters. The war of words between yet another entrenched African government and donors. Was independence a mistake?' asks Ferdinand von Habsburg-Lothringen in this op-ed.

Threat of Sanctions against South Sudanese Leaders: What Implications?

The Sudd Institute, Jok Madut Jok

The conflict in South Sudan has escalated into civil war. This review from the Sudd Institute weighs the impact of both the government's approach to the crisis and the current position taken by the Western countries.

South Sudan: A civil war by any other name

International Crisis Group, Africa report no 217

In December 2013, civil war broke out in South Sudan. Continuing figthing has displaced more than 1,000,000 and killed over 10,000. A humanitarian crisis threatens many more. Resolving the conflict requires not a quick fix but sustained domestic and international commitment. The country needs fundamental reworking of the governance agreement between and within elites and communities if a negotiated settlement is to lead to a sustainable peace.

Unleashing the potential for good governance

South Sudanese Professionals in Diaspora

Good governance can unleash the full potential of South Sudan. In this report, researchers belonging to the South Sudanese diaspora explore how South Sudan can achieve this goal through restructuring of the armed forces; the establishment of an independent and representative judiciary; the supremacy of the rule of law translated into respect for human rights, freedom of press and association, with multi-party democracy enshrined in the constitution.

Crisis and Opportunity in South Sudan

United States Institute of Peace, Peacebrief 164

South Sudan is in crisis. The violence since mid-December has been horrific, but the crisis also presents an opportunity to put South Sudan back on the path of democratization, good governance, and peace. This brief from the United States Institute of Peace examines what needs to happen to create a foundation for lasting peace and stability

Is South Sudan Politics and Politicians for Stabilization or Destabilization?

Community empowerment for progress organization (CEPO)

This report reflect opinions of citizens collected in Juba about the 16th December 2013 incident which the Government termed as "Attempted Military Coup". This report from CEPO intends to reveal citizens' opinion on the violent armed conflict that occurred that started in the capital and escalates to other states.

The Sudd Institute on the Situation of Insecurity in Juba

Sudd Institute

This press statement is an attempt to make sense of the events of December 15 through 17Th in Juba, when members of the Tiger Battalion of ...

At an Impasse: The Conflict in Blue Nile

Small Arms Survey, Claudio Gramizzi

At an Impasse analyses the first two years of the renewed conflict in Blue Nile-from September 2011 to June 2013. It elaborates on trends that characterize the conflict, presents primary armed actors, identifies military hardware and describes mechanisms established by the government to supply local militias and paramilitary forces.

The crisis in Abyei

HSBA, Small Arms Survey, October 2013

Voting in the Ngok Dinka-organized referendum on Abyei's political future ends on 29 October, with results to be announced on 31 October.

The Crisis in Abyei Update

HSBA Update, 17 Sept 2013

Noting increased pressure from the Ngok Dinka community and South Sudanese government to hold the AUHIP-proposed referendum on the territory in October 201 ...

Restructuring the South Sudanese Federal Government

The Sudd Institute, Augustino Ting Mayai, August 2013

In July, President Salva Kiir Mayardit issued exhaustive decrees restructuring the South Sudanese Federal Government. This review from the Sudd Institute responds mainly to the presidential decree on the restructuring of the government, focusing primarily on the nature of the decision, the meaning of the reduced size of the government, and political implications.

The Darfur Conflict

HSBA, Small Arms Survey, July 2013

After more than a decade of rebellion, proxy arming, and shifting alignments between the Government of Sudan (GoS) and both Arab and non-Arab populations in the region, the Darfur conflict appears little closer to resolution than it did in 2003.

Opportunities for Gender Justice and Reconciliation in South Sudan

IJR Policy Brief, Friederike Bubenzer and Elizabeth Lacey

As Africa’s youngest nation embarks on the journey of becoming a democratic state within the global political arena, one of the ...

Dividing lines: Grazing and conflict along the Sudan-South Sudan border

HSBA Working Paper, Joshua Craze

Almost two years after South Sudan became Africa’s newest nation-state, its border with Sudan is neither delimited nor demarcated. While a series of ...

Sudan's Spreading Conflict (II): War in Blue Nile

International Crisis Group, June 2013

The conflict in Sudan's Blue Nile state will not end until the Khartoum government re-engages in national dialogue with opposition forces, states this report from the International Crisis Group.

Peace and Reconciliation in South Sudan: A Conversation for Justice and Stability

The Sudd Institute, June 2013

Popular sentiment in South Sudan appears to favor a reconciliation process, but questions remain regarding what issues such a process would tackle, how it might be conducted, and who should carry it out. This special report from the Sudd Institute addresses these questions.

Southern Dissident Militias

Small Arms Survey, HSBA, June 2013

This report from the Small Arms Survey provides an update of ongoing militia activities in Jonglei, the SPLA's counterinsurgency campaign, civilian impacts, and the status of reintegrating rebel forces.

The need for a functioning civil service

The Ebony Center for Strategic Studies, June 2013

The emergence of a viable economy in South Sudan demands a competent civil service system that is dedicated to the rule of law.

The disappearance of Sudan? Life in Khartoum for citizens without rights

International Refugee Rights Initiative, May 2013

For decades, marginalisation and neglect of the newly independent state of South Sudan, the (now) five Darfur states, and Southern Kordofan state by the government of Sudan has led to conflicts which, in turn, have further exacerbated the economic, political and cultural marginalisation. Millions have moved to Khartoum in search of services and safety. This working paper explores their experiences.

Country Report on Human Rights Practices for 2012, South Sudan

U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor, April 2013

This report from the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor describes serious human rights abuses in South Sudan.

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