Author: Katy Migiro and Alex Whiting
NAIROBI (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – The crisis which broke out in South Sudan in December 2013 was the worst since independence. In the five weeks before a ceasefire was signed on Jan. 23, nearly 690,000 people were displaced and thousands killed.
So what’s next for South Sudan? What impact will the conflict have on South Sudan going forwards? What are the root causes of the violence? What is the role of the international community, and will bringing perpetrators of abuses to justice do more harm than good?
Following is an edited transcript of an online discussion held on Jan. 22, the day before a…
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