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Putting Sudan’s political transition back on track

The United States’ actions in Sudan need to be aligned with the ideas of democratic renewal. By Susan Stigant Editor’s Note: As the Biden administration convenes its Summit for Democracy, the U.S. Institute of Peace is convening a…

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Analysis
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USIP
Posted:
10 Dec 2021

Mozambique

Five Keys to Tackling the Crisis in Mozambique’s Cabo Delgado

Amid an opportunity to address broader challenges in Mozambique, the government and its international backers must act with urgency. By: Thomas P. Sheehy Since 2017, armed militants — often carrying the Islamic State flag — have been on…

Format:
Analysis
Source:
USIP
Posted:
29 Jul 2021

South Sudan

The South Sudan Peace Process Archive: A Window into Mediation

The archive provides future mediators with a host of key lessons from the South Sudan experience. BY: Zach Vertin; Aly Verjee As part of its commitment to learning from peace processes, the U.S. Institute of Peace is pleased…

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News and Press Release
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USIP
Posted:
02 Apr 2021

Mozambique

Mozambique’s Crisis Requires a New Playbook to Fight Extremism

For too long, overmilitarized responses have failed to staunch the spread of terrorism—the focus should be on addressing what drives conflict. By Leanne Erdberg Steadman; Bethany L. McGann; Colin Thomas-Jensen Over the past three years, a local Islamist…

Format:
News and Press Release
Source:
USIP
Posted:
04 Dec 2020

South Sudan

In South Sudan, Nonviolent Action is Essential to Building Peace

South Sudanese citizens are demanding democratic reforms through strategic nonviolent action BY: Maria J. Stephan; Nicholas Zaremba On September 12 of last year, South Sudan’s president, Salva Kiir, signed the Revitalized Agreement on the Resolution of Conflict in…

Format:
News and Press Release
Source:
USIP
Posted:
23 Feb 2019

South Sudan

To Aid South Sudan’s Cease-fire, Increase Transparency

Data shows monitoring efforts have slowed, government is responsible for most violations By: Aly Verjee In the last five years, international monitors in South Sudan have documented more than 100 violations of the country’s numerous cease-fire agreements. A…

Format:
Analysis
Source:
USIP
Posted:
30 Nov 2018

South Sudan

Strong Words Alone will not Deliver Peace to South Sudan

Aly Verjee on recent developments in the peace process and what the U.S. can do to break the violent status quo. At the end of May, after only four days, South Sudan’s long-delayed peace talks once again…

Format:
Analysis
Source:
USIP
Posted:
07 Jun 2018

South Sudan

South Sudan’s Pitfalls of Power Sharing

The Latest Proposal by Mediators Won't End the War or Transform State-Citizen Relations By: USIP Staff; Susan Stigant; Aly Verjee This week, a new proposal for a power sharing government was tabled at the ongoing Intergovernmental Authority on…

Format:
Analysis
Source:
USIP
Posted:
27 Feb 2018

South Sudan

In South Sudan, an Artists’ Movement for Peace Catches Fire

Musicians and actors spur youth to push for an end to years of violent conflict Friday, January 19, 2018 / BY: Nicholas Zaremba Jacob Bul Bior, a 29-year-old South Sudanese peace activist, has never known a day when…

Format:
News and Press Release
Source:
USIP
Posted:
19 Jan 2018

Kenya + 1 more

Banging Pots for Peace: Strategies to Prevent Electoral Violence

BY: Jonas Claes; Maria J. Stephan The recent election violence in Kenya and Honduras reveals a pattern that’s all too familiar: An incumbent campaigns on a platform of law and order and declares victory after a contested…

Format:
News and Press Release
Source:
USIP
Posted:
19 Jan 2018

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