Entwined dynamics of South Sudan’s resumed civil war: An analysis of why the world must look beyond Kiir and Machar!
By Biel Boutros Biel,
September 6, 2016(Nyamilepedia) —– Internalising various assumptions of the world leaders and institutions in regard to 2013 and 2016 civil war in South Sudan, it must be noted from outset that the international community and regional bodies would continue wasting resources including time on South Sudan until they part with the pretentious statements. These theorist-constructed versions have mainly continued to centre on President Salva Kiir and First Vice-President Riek Machar. These statements are without any much impact on the wasted lives of the ordinary South Sudanese people.
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In this article, I simply throw to light the forces fuelling violence and I argue that without digging deeper to understand the dynamics and drivers of South Sudan’s raging war and the inbuilt-trajectories in order to take drastic measures, efforts to stamp off violence and thwart planned second civil war would remain a farfetched dogma. The article calls upon the international community to humbly reinvent itself to be consistent and feels the abuse of human dignity mostly the suffering children, women and girls constantly being raped and abused by the warring parties. This article will analyse the cause of July 2016 violence in South Sudan.