On the 4th Commemoration of the Nuer Genocide

South Sudanese children march in commemoration of Dec 15th massacres that ignited a civil war in South Sudan(Photo: file)

By Matai M. Muon, Dec 15, 2017(Nyamilepedia) —– On this day, roughly about five years today, South Sudan proved to the world how young it still was in the community of nations. A small disagreement over party politics would take the whole nation into a brutal civil war. In the mid night of that fateful day, government allied militias chose […]

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Mugabe’s Dictatorial Flair Ends in a House Arrest: A Great Lecture for South Sudan.

A photo of President Robert Mugabe and General Constantino Chiwenga. Photo: Reuters

November 20, 2017(Nyamilepedia) —– In Africa’s model of democracy, serving longer equates to a higher level of democratic peace and stability. From Sudan to DRC, Equatorial Guinea to Uganda, Rwanda to Zimbabwe, the list is virtually endless, governments have stayed on for several decades without any transition. Rephrasing President Yoweri Museveni of Uganda, the problem in Africa is not overstaying […]

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The Failed State: What, exactly, is the solution?

South Sudanese refugees walk towards Kule refugee camp near the Pagak Border Entry point

By Matai M. Muon, Oct 31st, 2017(Nyamilepedia) — In the international legal prism, precisely under the declaratory theory, a state is an independent, political, and socio-economic entity, with a definite boundary, a permanent population, and a government. The most striking attribute as per the international law, however, is the ability of the state to enter into relations with other sovereign […]

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