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  • A Critical Six Months for South Sudan
    Posted on Wednesday May 08, 2019

    South Sudan’s rival parties have temporarily salvaged prospects for peace, agreeing a six-month deadline extension to allow for the formation of a unity government. But the country’s external partners must sustain pressure on both sides to preserve a ceasefire and maintain consensus on a path forward.

  • Salvaging South Sudan’s Fragile Peace Deal
    Posted on Wednesday March 13, 2019

    The truce in South Sudan is holding but could break down at any time. To stave off renewed civil war, external actors should urge the belligerents to strike new bargains on security and internal boundaries – and accept a third-party protection force for the capital.

  • Eight Priorities for the African Union in 2019
    Posted on Wednesday February 06, 2019

    In 2019, the African Union faces many challenges, with conflicts old and new simmering across the continent. To help resolve these crises – our annual survey lists seven particularly pressing ones – the regional organisation should also push ahead with institutional reforms.

  • Bolstering South Sudan’s Peace Deal
    Posted on Monday January 28, 2019

    Amid growing regional unrest, a fragile peace deal brokered between the warring parties in South Sudan has not won a broader political settlement. In this excerpt from our Watch List 2019 for European policymakers, Crisis Group advises the EU to take a lead in negotiations and put conditions on its monitoring of the agreement.

  • South Sudan: Peace on Paper
    Posted on Friday December 14, 2018

    15 December 2018 marks the fifth anniversary of South Sudan's civil war. To ensure that September’s peace agreement does not meet the fate of previous failed attempts at peace, a broader political settlement that shares power across the country’s groups and regions is needed.

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