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Anti-peace agents of South Sudan

Anti-peace agents of South Sudan   December 21, 2019 This article was written right before the Uganda extension of the South Sudan’s Revitalized Peace Agreement’s Pre-Transitional Period by a hundred days. I have chosen to publicly publish it today because it was prophetic as are many of my articles that remain unpublished but for this … Continue reading

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Nothing Wrong With Prayer But Keep Your Eyes Peeled: How Peace Will Come to South Sudan

Nothing Wrong With Prayer But Keep Your Eyes Peeled: How Peace Will Come to South Sudan November 20, 2019   “When the Europeans Came to Africa, they had the Bible and we had the land.  They told us to pray with our eyes closed.  When we opened our eyes, they had the land and we … Continue reading

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Speaking Notes in the meeting with members of the UNSC

Speaking Notes in the meeting with members of the UNSC We have a written position explaining why we do not think that it is a good idea to form the Revitalized Transitional Government of National Unity (RTGoNU) on 12 November 2019. I will share it with you and therefore will not repeat what came therein. … Continue reading

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Snake in the Hole: The Elusive Peace in South Sudan

Snake in the Hole:  The Elusive Peace in South Sudan October 21, 2019   The parties to the Revitalized Agreement on the Resolution of the Conflict in the Republic of South Sudan (R-ARCSS) and their partners in the regional and international community are tip-toeing a delicate line these days in a last-ditch effort to save … Continue reading

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DISPLACED AND IMMISERATED: The Shilluk of Upper Nile in South Sudan’s civil war, 2014-19

DISPLACED AND IMMISERATED: The Shilluk of Upper Nile in South Sudan’s civil war, 2014-19   Comments  By Dr Lam Akol  on:                                                                     … Continue reading

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DR. RIEK MACHAR’S VISIT: A NEGATIVE VALUE ADDED TO THE ALREADY TENSILE POLITICAL COMPLEXITY

DR. RIEK MACHAR’S VISIT: A NEGATIVE VALUE ADDED TO THE ALREADY TENSILE POLITICAL COMPLEXITY   The arrival in Juba on Monday 9 September, 2019 of Dr. Riek Machar at the head of 69-man delegation, and his meeting with President Salva Kiir did nothing either to break the ice, as observers of the situation expected, or … Continue reading

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Letting the Cat out: Jieng Dinka Attempt to Impose Hegemony and Domination in South Sudan!!

Letting the Cat out: Jieng Dinka Attempt to Impose Hegemony and Domination in South Sudan!!   It isn’t possible that people who’ve been struggling together against a common enemy for nearly six decades could turn in the end against themselves as if nothing strategic bounded them together. Many people in the civilized world find it … Continue reading

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Pragmatic Patriarchy of the Sudan Over South Sudan

Pragmatic Patriarchy of the Sudan Over South Sudan   “We honor the human capacity to manage our collective lives with peace and even, at times, dignity” – Barbour & Wright The political process of the Sudan and South Sudan has largely been determined by shifting situations of war and peace, traceable to the history of … Continue reading

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Have the Opposition’s Reservations been addressed in the revitalized peace agreement? A sober rebuttal of the claims made by Dr Lako Jada Kwajok.

Have the Opposition’s Reservations been addressed in the revitalized peace agreement? A sober rebuttal of the claims made by Dr Lako Jada Kwajok.   Today, I came across an article written by Dr Lako Jada Kwajok, a man I respect for his objectivity and cool head in discussing serious issues. It is because of this … Continue reading

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Have the Opposition’s “Reservations” been addressed in the revitalised peace agreement?

Have the Opposition’s “Reservations” been addressed in the revitalised peace agreement? Finally, the revitalisation process for the Agreement on the Resolution of Conflict in the Republic of South Sudan (ARCSS) drew to a close. The South Sudanese people and indeed the world at large, witnessed the signing of the peace agreement on the 12th of … Continue reading

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  • Anti-peace agents of South Sudan
    December 22, 2019, Sunday malakalpost 0 comments

    Anti-peace agents of South Sudan   December 21, 2019 This article was written right before the Uganda extension of the South Sudan’s Revitalized Peace Agreement’s Pre-Transitional Period by a hundred days. I have chosen to publicly publish it today because it was prophetic as are many of my articles that remain unpublished but for this … Continue reading

  • Nothing Wrong With Prayer But Keep Your Eyes Peeled: How Peace Will Come to South Sudan
    November 21, 2019, Thursday malakalpost 0 comments

    Nothing Wrong With Prayer But Keep Your Eyes Peeled: How Peace Will Come to South Sudan November 20, 2019   “When the Europeans Came to Africa, they had the Bible and we had the land.  They told us to pray with our eyes closed.  When we opened our eyes, they had the land and we … Continue reading

  • Speaking Notes in the meeting with members of the UNSC
    November 02, 2019, Saturday malakalpost 0 comments

    Speaking Notes in the meeting with members of the UNSC We have a written position explaining why we do not think that it is a good idea to form the Revitalized Transitional Government of National Unity (RTGoNU) on 12 November 2019. I will share it with you and therefore will not repeat what came therein. … Continue reading

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