Refugees queuing for assistance. Courtesy of Robert Stansfield, DFID (UK)

From Liberation to Corruption

In this opinion piece Christine Debu explores the decent from the promise of the liberation struggle to reality of widespread corruption and ethnocentric governance in South Sudan. She urges citizens to stand firmly against corruption….

John Prendergast

The Sentry: War Crimes Shouldn’t Pay

The Sentry, an initiative spearheaded by the Enough Project, publishes its first ever report which focuses on war-time corruption practiced at the highest levels of South Sudan’s government and security services, including President Salva Kiir….