Dynamics of National and Local Conflicts in South Sudan
|Titel||Dynamics of National and Local Conflicts in South Sudan|
|Typ der Publikation||Report|
|Institution||Austrian Study Centre for Peace and Conflict Resolution|
South Sudan has experienced an upsurge in armed violence since March 2020. While not yet threatening the newly formed revitalized Transitional Government of National Unity, the new fighting in various parts of the country has the potential to severely hamper the already fragile transitional process the country is currently undertaking. In our latest policy brief, Christopher Oringa from the Institute of Peace, Development and Security Studies at the University of Juba analyses and contextualises the recent developments.