Category: Editorials

Roads, South Sudan’s #1 Priority (Brent M)

If you asked 10 people what they thought was the most important fundamental item to a successful country you would probably come up with a number of different answers involving security, food, etc. Well in fact I did, and their

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Socialism for South Sudan? (Brent M)

With the exception of possibly Generation Z, every living generation in the United States has gone through a life study on the dangers of communism, the perils of socialism, and merits of a free market. From Vietnam, the Soviet Union,

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A Story of Perseverance: The Road to Education as a Woman in South Sudan (Brent M)

One of the more memorable conversations in my life came last year while staying in Nairobi. One of the few women that applied for our university scholarship when we initially offered it a year earlier, wanted to meet with me

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National News Media is South Sudan Biggest Ally- (Brent M)

Until recently I found newspaper and media in general useful but often times biased and well, dreary. I was told that honest reporting was essential in so many ways. News provides citizens with a way to keep informed about important

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True Religious Freedom and Expression- (Brent M)

The UN General Assembly is currently under way in New York, and while I often watch it for its drama (countries leaving in protest during speeches and outlandish claims that are often made by world leaders), this year I was

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