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Schism in the South: Will South Sudan Achieve Lasting Peace? 3/3

of Cameron Reed. Cameron Reed is a graduate student of International Relations and Public Policy in the US and Germany. He has worked extensively on security and conflict analysis of the Middle East and Africa. Christopher Thompson, an expert on … Continue reading

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The South Sudanese Conflict and the Pirates of the Nile

by Paul Pryce. Paul Pryce is a Junior Research Fellow at the Atlantic Council of Canada. With degrees in political science from universities on both sides of the pond, he has previously worked in conflict resolution as a Research Fellow … Continue reading

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Schism in the South: Will South Sudan Achieve Lasting Peace? 1/3

by Cameron Reed. Cameron Reed is a graduate student of International Relations and Public Policy in the US and Germany. He has worked extensively on security and conflict analysis of the Middle East and Africa. Christopher Thompson, an expert on … Continue reading

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Bundeswehr soll weiterhin Frieden im Südsudan unterstützen

von Seka Smith Die Bundesregierung hat sich dazu entschieden, die Bundeswehrsoldaten im Rahmen der UN-Friedensmission UNMISS im Südsudan von 16 auf 50 Mann zu verstärken. Das gegenwärtige Mandat, beruhend auf der Grundlage der Resolutionen 1996 (2011) sowie 2109 (2013) des UN-Sicherheitsrates, … Continue reading

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