World News Sudan and South Sudan: Violence Trajectories after Peace Agreements

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Date: Friday, 05 April 2019

The Institute for Security Studies (ISS) published in March 2019 a study titled "Sudan and South Sudan: Violence Trajectories after Peace Agreements" by Julia Bello-Schunemann, senior researcher at ISS.

Sudan and South Sudan are among the African countries to have experienced the highest number of conflict fatalities between 2011 and 2017. The Comprehensive Peace Agreement didn't result in fundamental changes to Sudan's political order. Instead, it reinforced a pattern of political violence in which Khartoum crushes all political opposition with force. The 2015 Agreement on the Resolution of the Conflict in the Republic of South Sudan that called for a unity government to be followed by elections in a winner-takes-all context compounded incentives for political violence. .............
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