South Sundan's Enduring Secession Issues: Is Peace Possible?
Cheri L. Baker
Before the new Republic of South Sudan can be considered a viable state, oil revenue-sharing, debtsharing, borders, citizenship and migration, and infrastructure development must be considered. By analyzing the 2005 Comprehensive Peace Agreement and the current fragile peace in South Sudan, post-secession, the international community can learn innumerable lessons about how to promote sustainable peace at the conclusion of enduring civil wars.
The Applied Anthropologist, No. 2, Vol. 31, 2011, pp 42 - 48