Discrimination against non-Arabs in Sudan is a major problem – and the conflict won’t end until the persecution stops.
South Sudan’s fifth anniversary of independence should have been a time of celebration, not of bullets. But violence has broken out in the capital, Juba.
The constitution-making process must remain wedded to the public interest in the peace process, and not simply the narrow interests of political elites.
The differing ethnicities of Riek Machar and Salva Kiir can too easily suggest that the current conflict in South Sudan is all about ‘tribes’.
As new high-value resources are discovered and exploited in East Africa, what is the impact on local communities and the potential for local-level conflict?
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Despite its undoubted potential, Albania's fledgling oil industry is being constrained by a lack of domestic capital and political paralysis that is deterring foreign investors and inhibiting growth.
As the product of an agreement between the governments of north and south, it is highly unlikely that the subsequent referendum and secession of South Sudan will create a new precedent in international relations, nor negatively affect countries that have similar demands for border changes.
Kao proizvod sporazuma između vlada severa i juga, malo je vjerovatno da će referendum i otcjepljenje Južnog Sudana stvoriti novi presedan u međunarodnim odnosima, niti se negativno odraziti na zemlje koje imaju slične zahtjeve za promenom granica.