Month: February 2014

Feb 2014: Garang and Others Discuss Problems in South Sudan (Ajak)

I take this opportunity to heart-fully congratulate the Government of Kenya who had shown their interest in making peace to my country and offering a shoulder to lean on during tough time especially by accommodating refugees at Kakuma camp. Living

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Feb 2014: The Upheavels of Political Power in S.Sudan (Kou)

The traditional African society has never had issues instigated by power scrambling amongst its people. There are norms and values that define one’s limit. The diminishing African culture was enormously monarchical in that only specific individual or class of people

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Feb 2014: The Birth and Death of a New Nation (Amol)

The birth of a nation means a country which has been in a colonial oppression for several years and later fought for its freedom and well being. Death means how they conflict and amongst themselves and destroy all that they

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Feb 2014: My First Blog (Anyar)

Life is full of immense euphoria’s and sad episodes. But only the Creator is the one who reveals individuals situation. I never thought one day I could be able to write my biography. But I Anyar, who grew up in

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Shane’s Letter about Leaving to Help Displaced in South Sudan

I’m writing this from New Orleans where I paused on my frigid cross country motorcycle ride to Miami where i will meet up with Jenn for a couple days of warmth and relaxation in the Keys for her birthday before

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No Power Sharing Without Reform

One of the most insightful and well written articles on what is currently happening in South Sudan, the history of conflict (as it ties into current issues), and the appropriate solution. Its clear and academic based from a Professor in

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Mass Executions in Juba

Verified accounts of the ethnically targeted, horrible mass executions in Juba during the start of the fighting last month. http://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/features/2014/02/south-sudan-ravaged-ethnic-violence-2014236519937368.html

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