“How European and Chinese Arms Diverted to South Sudan Fueled Its Civil War” December 3, 2018

In the News

“How European and Chinese Arms Diverted to South Sudan Fueled Its Civil War” December 3, 2018

Dec 3, 2018 1 min read

“How European and Chinese Arms Diverted to South Sudan Fueled Its Civil War”

 

“This state is so profoundly dysfunctional that cobbling it together is going to be extraordinarily difficult,” said Joshua Meservey, an expert on Africa at the Heritage Foundation, a Washington-based think tank. He said Kiir and Machar have given no signs they are willing to undertake meaningful reforms to build up the country, including disarming and demobilizing warring forces, allowing unfettered humanitarian access to the most war-torn regions of the country, rooting out widespread corruption, or laying a road map to free and fair elections.

You Might Also Like

Heritage Mourns Loss of Charles Krauthammer

Heritage Mourns Loss of George H.W. Bush