On behalf of the SSNMC Interim Leadership and the entire Members of the Movement, we are here to inform the General public that our Chairman Hon. Joseph Bakosoro have decided to re-join the SPLM Party along with other colleagues vide Press Statement dated 15th July 2021 issued at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs & Regional Cooperation in Juba
Author: Martin Berge, Jr.
Prosecutor Ready to File Charges after the Court Rejects a Last Request from Lundin
Swedish Prosecutor Henrik Attorp has informed the District Court of Stockholm that he planned to finish his last remaining task in the last week of June, but could give a date for the indictment
Sweden’s Chance to Take a Stand on Corporate Complicity in International Crimes
The Clooney Foundation vs Lundin: Supreme Court Should Block Energy Company Executives’ Attempt to Evade Justice
Is there hope for South Sudan after 10 years of failure?
July 9 will mark 10 years since South Sudan declared its independence. Today the country is on the brink of disintegration. Millions of residents have been displaced by war, the threat of famine looms over the population, and political elites, through their proxy militias, continue to carry out appalling atrocities against civilians manifested in a cycle of inter-communal violence. The world seems to have given up on South Sudan — regional and international powers either offer lip service or turn a blind eye to this troubled country. Yet, an important question remains: Is there hope for South Sudan after a decade of failure?
INAUGURATION OF THE NAS SALVATION COUNCIL (POLITICAL COUNCIL)
Speech of Gen. Thomas Cirillo Swaka, chairman and commander-in-chief National Salvation Front (NAS)
Statement from the Troika Specials Envoys on their joint visit to Kauda
Sudan: Why the ICC is at a crossroads with Omar al-Bashir’s case
One of the ICC’s missions is to try the perpetrators of war crimes, torture and extra-judicial executions. But in the 19 years of its existence, The Hague’s judges have still not convicted a single government official
Lessons from a Decade of South Sudanese Statehood
The catastrophic levels of instability that have engulfed South Sudan since 2013 demand a restructuring of governance and security institutions to alter the tragic trajectory of Africa’s youngest state
South Sudan National Dialogue Update Briefing
The Initiative for Peacebuilding, University of Melbourne with Africa World Books Community Education will host a Webinar on Friday 21st May, kl. 18-20