By John A. Akec
December 17, 2012 — Personal circumstances did not allow me to comment on the September 27th 2012 agreement between South Sudan and Sudan in the Ethiopian Capital, Addis-Ababa. That now the agreement is facing some tremendous challenges to implementation, especially with new "conditionalitie"s and interpretation being introduced by the government of Sudan; it is opportune time to revisit the agreement in order to re-examine its utility.
It is not the first time that South (...)
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A reading of the Arusha intra-SPLM agreement 2015-01-28 09:39:38
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Women groups announce their support for Sudan Call2015-01-17 08:34:07
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We, the undersigned women, are fully motivated by our (...)