Problem is not the absence of peace; it is what causes its absence By Deng Vanang July 30, 2018, Many screaming voices have been heard enough. All groaning about an absence of peace in the country. They are not to blame. Since absence of peace is both social and physical pain due to colossal deficiencies.…Read More Problem is not the absence of peace; it is what causes its absence
By Bijiek Jieknyal July 13, 2018, In South Sudan, we need peace but lasting peace will not come without accountability for the war crimes. Peace without justice is a break from the violence conflict and it is a preparation for another war. South Sudan needs justice now and then peace, compromise, reconciliation, and healing later…Read More Peace without accountability is a break from conflict and a preparation for another war
By Peter Gai Manyuon May 16, 2018, In fact, the crisis of South Sudan was caused by suspicion of the unknown among the so-called SPLM leaders in 2013. The ongoing peace talks or side meetings in Ethiopians Capital Addis-Ababa might not bring a genuine peace and stability in South Sudan unless otherwise, President Trump of United…Read More South Sudan: Reasons why Peace is likely to be signs or collapse?
Dear African February 4, 2018, The U.S.A and its allies are making sure the African are praying a God that they themselves don’t belief. Yet they wanted to keep you busy so that they destroyed your offspring. Although, you will finds me very strange in my letter, you have every right to do so because…Read More Dear African, if majority of Christian in U.S.A are supporters of Donald Trump, What is that tells you?
August 1, 2016, A Tanzanian Law Leactuere and researcher on peace and security in Africa says that “the approach/ methodology invoked to end war is shortsighted of the real causes and background to the problem.” he said. Avoiding THE CAUSES OF THE CURRENT CONFLICT IN SOUTH SUDAN, is not an option. He also called on International…Read More A critical Reflection on South Sudan: A Tanzanian reacher thinks international community must withdraw and allow chance for the inclusive national dialogue in South Sudan
August 1, 2016, Although victories in wars are largely associated with winning battles and capturing places, this is not always the case according to Capt. Mach (real name concealed) who is attached to presidential guards of tiger unit and was involved in the clash at J1 which ended up with no apparent winner, but with…Read More “THE IOs HAVE THE CAPACITY TO CAPTURE JUBA WITHIN TWO HOURS OR LESS,” SAYS KIIR’S BODY GUARD
Written by Gatwech Deng Wal | on behalf of the EJNCAA with unanimous consent from executives and elders. Melbourne, Australia August 1, 2016, In the strongest term possible, the EJNCAA is dismissing and condemning the appointment of Taban Deng Gai by the President of South Sudan, Salva Kiir Mayardit as the First Vice President…Read More Taban Deng Gai’s vice presidency appointment is a recipe of war: The Eastern Jikany Nuer Community Association of Australia Inc. (EJNCAA) condemns it
By Luka Geng Geng University Campus, Wau. August 1, 2016, If you look at history, you will ultimately find by the skin of your teeth few countries in the world to compare with a country we live in today, South Sudan, a country I would correctly call “born out of wars to live in wars”…Read More A New Hope for Peace on Horizons: Why Politics of Appointing Taban & Stephen Dhieu can Revive S.Sudan Again?
June 16, 2016, We know that wars and conflict precipitates state failure,south sudan was expected to be ripe ground for development of democracy,civil liberty,secure property right and human right; right away after independence of the country. But dinka corrupted government or juba regime doesn’t give room to the icons above so that they could be…Read More What do we get? Imposed peace and next surprise to world wide