The Students for Humanity Review

November 7, 2017

South Sudan is the youngest sovereign nation on Earth. Its independence from Sudan was declared in 2011, after a referendum was held and 98.83% of voters voted in favour of it.
Up to this point everything seems perfectly right, as we expect the creation of a new nation to be. Well, unluckily the picture is way bigger and not a very optimistic one. Independence was declared after decades of conflict within the former Sudan regions. The country’s history (dating back to as far as the 15th and 16th century) explains both its ethnic and geographic fractionalization: through the centuries, different groups have established themselves in different areas of the country and both geographical and cultural barriers have strengthened the separation between the north and the south of the country, with...

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